Simulation and technology in legal education: a systematic review and future research programme
This chapter is a systematic review of the literature on simulations and technology in legal education. To date, there has been no reasonably comprehensive summary of the research on simulation and technology in legal education - this in spite of a growing body of evidence that games and simulations not only have positive effects on student learning, but that there are significant correlations between the use of educational technology and student engagement. The practice of systematic review...[Show more]
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