Traditional university education is evolving to include the world wide web as a teaching partner. This is not an overnight revolution. Computer technology has been active on many different levels in the educator’s tool box for a number of years – from the simple course homepage management and internet communication via email, right through to full internet delivery. It is trite to observe that change is not always welcome in any organisation. With regard to the internet in legal education, there has been some reticence with regard to its inclusion. The key to the successful introduction of the internet into the educational process is to keep an open mind. It is essential for all parties to avoid seeing the internet as necessarily an irritation, distraction, or threat.
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"Alice Comes to Law School: The Internet as a Teaching Tool,"
Legal Education Review: Vol. 14
, Article 7.
Available at: http://epublications.bond.edu.au/ler/vol14/iss1/7