Disrupting Postgraduate Legal Education Using Digital Teaching Technologies

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Bond University is renowned for providing students with a personalised and transformative learning experience centered upon face-to-face interactions between teacher and student. Postgraduate legal education – particularly the Master of Laws – usually consists of a series of law subjects delivered on-campus, and requires a substantial commitment that can be challenging for busy legal professionals. Digital teaching technologies are now disrupting the traditional models of curriculum design and delivery, and creating opportunities to improve access to postgraduate education, continuing professional development and lifelong learning by lawyers. l The Faculty of Law at Bond University is moving towards a radically revised model of postgraduate legal education. l Executive Dean of the Faculty, Professor Nick James, will describe that journey, and identify the ways in which new teaching technologies are transforming what is taught in a law course, how it is taught, where and when it is taught, and by whom.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 21 Oct 2016
EventBlended Learning 2016: Improving Student Experience and Achievement through Digital Technology, Course Design & Innovative Teaching Methods - Hilton Hotel, Sydney, Australia
Duration: 20 Oct 201621 Oct 2016

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ConferenceBlended Learning 2016
CountryAustralia
CitySydney
Period20/10/1621/10/16

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