Δευτέρα, 21 Δεκεμβρίου 2009
Το νέο τεύχος του περιοδικού JILT
Δημοσιεύθηκε το τελευταίο τεύχος για το 2009 του περιοδικού JILT (προτού μετατραπεί σε EJLT). Το τεύχος αυτό περιέχει ένα ειδικό αφιέρωμα σχετικά με τις τρέχουσες εξελίξεις όσον αφορά τη χρήση της τεχνολογίας στη νομική παιδεία, ένα ενδιαφέρον θέμα, ιδίως λόγω της μακράς ιστορίας του περιοδικού στην ενθάρρυνση της χρήσης της τεχνολογίας στη νομική διδασκαλία.
Making Law Teaching Accessible and Inclusive
Using E-portfolios to Support PDP and Reflective Learning within the Law Curriculum: A Case Study
Sefton Bloxham, Fiona Boyle & Ann Thanaraj
Virtual Seminars: Problem-based Learning in Healthcare Law and Ethics
From Financial Exclusion to Online Financial Inclusion
The Role of New Technology in Improving Engagement among Law Students in Higher Education
An Examination of Clicker Technology Use in Legal Education
"As the first decade of the second millennium draws to a close, we can reflect on a period of almost unprecedented change in legal education. The arrival of Web 2.0 technologies, coupled with wide-ranging reviews of the legal profession across the UK culminating in the advent of alternative business structures and new models of education and training for professional qualification, have made a significant impact on legal education at its very core. As legal scholars wrestle with the challenges posed by these changes, it is apt that this final and special edition of JILT focuses on the academy and takes both a reflective and forward looking view of technology-enhanced legal education.
This volume draws its content primarily from the UK Centre for Legal Education's (UKCLE) innovative E-Learning Seminar series which ran throughout 2008 and also from the British and Irish Law, Education and Technology Association (BILETA) Conference in 2009. The UKCLE's workshop series on e-learning brought together a number of leading names in the legal education field who delivered stimulating and challenging presentations and encouraged dialogue on four key themes: Collaborative & Distributive learning, E-Assessment, Mobile Learning and Simulation Learning. The focus was on emerging technologies and how e-learning can be embedded and integrated into modules within the law curriculum. As well as keynote addresses on the main theme, the sessions involved practical hands on activities in addition to a more academic paper in each event."