Linking law: Practical guidelines for delivering law to rural Victoria using e-learning technologies
This comprehensive Australian report provides guidelines, information, analysis, and practical tips for organizations that want to use digital technology to improve delivery of public legal education and information (PLE) and professional legal education for people living in rural and remote areas. It highlights the difficulties organizations might face in choosing e-learning options, given the range and complexity of options. The author identifies a range of practical, digitally based options that are available for different educational purposes, and provides sets of protocols for implementing these options. She also encourages organizations not to reject lower-tech options such as low-speed internet, phone, DVD in favour of more expensive and hyped options.
|Title of Work:||Linking law: Practical guidelines for delivering law to rural Victoria using e-learning technologies|
|URL:||Click here http://www.deakin.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0018/291024/Linking-Law-final-online.pdf|
|Topic:||Formats and delivery channels; PLE audiences; PLE development and delivery; Rural and remote communities & Technology and access to justice|
|Location of Authoring Organization by Country:||Australia|
|Location of Authoring Organization by Province/ State (unless national entity):||Victoria|
|Availability:||Full report online|