The development of Australian law teaching in recent years has been characterised by critical and reflective approaches to educational theory and practice. These developments have transformed teaching through a critical consideration of what happens in law school classrooms. As institutional moves towards flexible delivery alter the landscape of higher education, the classroom-based focus of law teaching is under challenge; it has become increasingly necessary for law teachers to explore nontraditional modes of course delivery, including teaching using the Internet.
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"Why Teaching Matters and Technology Doesn't: An Evaluation and Review of Web-based Lectures (Flexible Delivery in a First Year Law Subject, Part II),"
Legal Education Review: Vol. 11
, Article 2.
Available at: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/ler/vol11/iss2/2