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Page 28 of Cornell Law Forum Vol. 21, Issue 3 [page]

1995 Cornell Law Forum  
He provided comments on a paper by the Columbia Law School’s John Coffee at a conference at Cornell on mass torts.  ...  The research was in the revision and creation of new hypertext materials in support of law school courses and for Internet publication.  ... 

Information Technology and Legal Ethics: Expanding the Teaching and Understanding of Legal Ethics through the Creation of a New Generation of Electronic Reference Materials

Roger C. Cramton, Peter W. Martin
1995 Law & Contemporary Problems  
law collection and that the analytic overview for California will provide a model that can be adapted and used by experts on professional responsibility in other states.  ...  A personal notes file, based on the same topical structure, allows any user, whether faculty, student, or lawyer, to add commentary and hypertext links to any portion of the collection. 9.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1192039 fatcat:egfwabumdbgsxc4c6ezwctfzya

Reading literary hypertext

Teresa Mary Dobson
2001
Broken or indistinct print, colored or poor quality illustrations and photographs, print bleedthrough, substandard margins, and improper alignment can adversely affect reproduction.  ...  In the unlikely event that the author did not send UMI a complete manuscript and there are missing pages, these will be noted.  ...  Acknowledgements I wish to extend my sincere thanks to David Miall, without whose insight and guidance this research would not have been possible. I am also indebted to Margaret  ... 
doi:10.7939/r3-xekr-c468 fatcat:hj4zplujwzb6hc6e3ikayjposu

From the Paper Chase to the Digital Chase: Technology and the Challenge of Teaching 21st Century Students

Rogelio A. Lasso
2002 Social Science Research Network  
Some students are capable self-teachers and likely to perform well on law school exams. Most law professors managed to learn by this sink-or-swim model.  ...  The law school's "computer lab" contained approximately six computers and was usually not even half full. 82.  ...  [Vol. 43 TECHNOLOGY AND LAW SCHOOL FIGURE 1 (CONT'D) Part of the difficulty associated with the concept of foreseeability is that the law reconstructs the everyday meaning of foreseeability, which  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1332350 fatcat:l4xvfypsabb2pkhv5wzzwtx62a

A Review of the Development of an Internet Delivered LL.M Program in the United States

William Byrnes
2001 Social Science Research Network  
LL.M. of International Tax and Offshore Financial Centers, the 'Program') in the United States.  ...  The law school may also want to maintain or increase the student body size beyond the law school's geographical boundary.  ...  The conclusion: the law school's core competencies are teaching and research, not technology.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2304547 fatcat:zsv5ent3rrh6lfctad6jc2xege

Making connections: Hypertext and the social studies [article]

Edmund Zygmund Wozniak, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, William J. Hunter
2005
The questions focused on issues such as the effects of diploma and achievement testing, gender and cultuml concerns, and the gods and purposes of social studies (Smits and Booi 1997, p. 1).  ...  fostering a democratic citizenry-This is only one of many forces that has chdenged educators and society in general in the past decade.  ...  The authors condude that this gap between theory and practice must be tmdentood m the context of the changing demands on the c=caIum because of educatiod, social, and cdturaI changes m the wider society-They  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/20842 fatcat:lovqhaprurfg5ivu2jptmcbijy

"I seem to be a hypertext." [article]

Gregory K. Seale, University Of Calgary, University Of Calgary, W. James Paul
2005
I have had students write down model numben and specificsit works?  ...  Whereas I Barthes only refers to the use of hypertext in general, the majority ofthe kyperiexi on I the World Wide Web could be characterized as a model of his 'writerly' tcxt.  ...  Teachers will soon have to face students who hdamentally read hypertext by seeing through the disorientation and conhion that beleaguers those who are grounded in the static linear world of print-based  ... 
doi:10.11575/prism/19160 fatcat:xsv4xhij5nh75pe5oqlexi27ke

A new paradigm for Political Studies: competence-based teaching and learning

Terrie R. Groth
2015 Tuning Journal for Higher Education  
Third, we dare to sketch a "metaprofile" of the "good political scientist", modeled on the work of the ALFA Tuning Project of the European Commission and reflections on related Brazilian and Latin American  ...  <span>For some decades, students and scholars of Political Science have debated methodological differences, paradigmatic differences, and policy differences as they relate to curricula.  ...  Levonen, "Studying and Learning with Hypertext: Empirical Studies and Their Implications," In Hypertext and Cognition, ed. Levonen Rouet, Andrew Dillon and Rand J.  ... 
doi:10.18543/tjhe-2(2)-2015pp283-308 fatcat:6vb5jlaz7rhxldfjlkgvdm3v3i

Reviews in Medical Ethics: "Open Access," Legal Publishing, and Online Repositories

Pamela Bluh
2006 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics  
, students, and other curious minds.  ...  The SSRN model depends entirely on self-submission.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1748-720x.2006.00017.x pmid:16489993 fatcat:7vgxijzidzgr7fsoc4h4gzo4ee

Arab world's verdict on legal education: The Egyption case between status quo, assessment, and some hope

Mohamed A. Arafa
2015 Journal of Social Sciences (COES&RJ-JSS)  
hypertext specialization or its substitute.  ...  of study, academic reports progress, assuring that the academic outcomes are achieving the school's mission and the compliance with the required models and within its time frames. 91 Besides, the unit  ...  . develop their work electronically (law school's data base), so that it covers all the aspects of the law school and according to a certain deadlines, by which the faculty members can adapt more genuine  ... 
doi:10.25255/jss.2015.4.4.964.1005 fatcat:zs4sexdhajb3bovbfbmx2v7lue

OUTSIDER EDUCATION: INDIGENOUS LAW AND LAND-BASED LEARNING

John Borrows
2017 Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice  
Next, the article examines unique Indigenous legal methodologies for learning law on and from the land.  ...  Land-based education on reserves can give law students meaningful context for exploring these Calls to Action.  ...  She is also vice-president of the Canadian Commission for the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and has done significant work throughout her life on Cree and Blackfoot water law.  ... 
doi:10.22329/wyaj.v33i1.4807 fatcat:vxjmdrqmt5c6dot42zdizzrrii

Computer‐managed teaching and learning in law

Richard Jones
1994 International review of law computers & technology  
The basic research on CMC is abstracted and its use on an LL.B program is discussed, with problem issues highlighted and future developments explained.  ...  Computer Managed Communication developed primarily out of the need to reach distance learning students can also be used for in-house students.  ...  The School's law teaching is primarily centred around its LL.B course which has amongst its stated aims the development of analytical, research and problem solving skills by its students.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13600869.1994.9966387 fatcat:t5bgjde56vertc2bvh2go342x4

Totally "Online" High School for People at Educational Risk

Giancarlo De Agostini
2010 Field Actions Science Reports  
It is develops a pedagogical, methodological and technological online High School model based on WEB2 tools, which could be easily replicated elsewhere, and is delivered completely through an online ICT  ...  We are also working in four detention centers of young law violators and with young men and women from street gangs through community centers.  ...  We also continue to update the high school's online library and the student orientation service developed on the online platform.  ... 
doaj:e3ccd908fc3c4688942a7bfbfc1fc1a3 fatcat:nmj7c5iumffhtm3lrddoz46ife

Disintermediation

Paul Maharg
2016 The Law Teacher  
I then examine some of the consequences that disintermediation is having upon our teaching and learning, and on our research on legal education, as part of the general landscape of digital media churn;  ...  It can also result in the destruction of almost entire industries and occupations, and the re-design of almost every aspect of customer and client-facing activity.  ...  Shiels, "Law Students and Hypertext: One Law School's Model', BILETA '96 Conference Proceedings (1996) 3 The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT). http://elj.warwick.ac.uk/elj/jilt/bileta  ... 
doi:10.1080/03069400.2016.1146473 fatcat:cyvepckbwzapvdeid44enngd5a

Evolving Perspectives on Computers and Composition Studies: Questions for the 1990s

Mary G. French, Gail E. Hawisher, Cynthia L. Selfe
1992 College composition and communication  
We avoid making decisions without carefully considering the issues affecting our students and ourselves: how, for example, we cdn provide equitable access to technology for all students in our 8 Research  ...  In just several short years, we have come to realize that, when a whole society is moving to electronic writing, comparing products and judging them superior or inferior in one medium or another yields  ...  Acknowledgments I thank Gail Hawisher for her helpful and patient editorial assistance. I am indebted to Michael Joyce, Nancy Kaplan, and  ... 
doi:10.2307/358659 fatcat:arztlhpjxbdubhy6w7h6qwolmu
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