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A Reflection on the Use of Mentoring of Early Career Academics to Improve Teaching and Learning

A reflection on the use of a mentoring program in an Australian university to assist early career academics with their teaching

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The World Wide Web as a Stimulant for the Use of Technology: Using Technology to Teach Law

The World Wide Web is a vast resource base. The information obtained by students can be portrayed in the classroom through technology to teach law

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Using the World Wide Web to Facilitate Student Learning and Engagement in Taxation Law

The use of the World Wide Web for educational purposes. The aim of the exercise is to stimulate students to retrieve information from the Web to deepen their learning

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Utilising Modern Technology to Assist Communication Processes for Higher Education Student Group Work

Higher Education students completing group work need to communicate between themselves. Various technologies exist to assist in that process and used in conjunction with the internet to improve student engagement

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The Emerging use of the Teaching Methodology of Storytelling in the Law Curriculum and its Possible Role in Producing Successful Law Graduates

This paper will explore the use of storytelling methodology to humanise the teaching of law and to stimulate emotional intelligence in law graduates

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The Lecture Method is Dead: Legal Learning in the 21st Century and Teaching with Technology

The use of technology in a higher education classroom is now widely accepted. However will it really provide a better learning experience, particularly in legal education?

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