A journey to legitimacy: the historical development of distance education through technology
Beyond the stable state: Public and private learning in a changing society
Changing Paradigms of the E: Communication, Governance and Learning
Compliance Auditing of Law Firms: A Technological Journey to Prevention
Constructivism: implications for the design and delivery of instruction
Context and Consciousness: Activity Theory and Human-computer Interaction
Democratizing Innovation
Digital games and learning: modelling learning experiences in the digital age
Disrupting Class: How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns
Distance education: the state of the art in career and technical education
Distance Teaching in Law: Possibilities for Commonwealth Cooperation''(1990)
E-learning: what the literature tells us about distance education: an overview
Effects of hypermedia on students’ achievement: A meta-analysis
Effects of hypermedia versus traditional instruction on students'' achievement: A meta-analysis.
Forty-first selected bibliography on computers, technology and the law(January 2009 through December 2009)
Getting started with e-portfolios: Oxford Institute of Legal Practice
How College Graduates Solve Information Problems Once They Join the Workplace
Hypermedia as an Educational Technology: A Review of the Quantitative Research Literature on Learner Comprehension, Control, and Style
Information technology and US legal education: opportunities, challenges, and threats
Introduction: testing the claims
Invention and the Evolution of Ideas
Iron Tech Lawyer Competition at Georgetown Law School
Legal e-learning in network society
Legal education and technology II: an annotated bibliography.
Mind over Machine
Model Law School Distance Learning Policy
Next Generation Users: The Internet in Britain.
Notarial Practice Course 2013-2015. A Distance Learning Course for the Professional Stages of Training as a Notary
Of nomads, polyglots, and global villagers: Globalization, information technologies, and critical education online.
Pedagogy in e-learning development: some lessons from history
Plans and Situated Actions: The Problem of Human-machine Communication
Regulation, E-learning, and the Changing Structures of Higher Education. A White Paper to Guide Discussion for the International Seminar Regulation of E-Learning: New National and International Policy Perspectives, November 16, 2005
SIMulated Professional Learning Environment (SIMPLE). Final Programme Report
Teaching with technology: is the pedagogical fulcrum shifting?
Technology and change: The new Heraclitus
Technology, E-learning and Distance Education
Telecommunications Regulation: Culture, chaos and interdependence inside the regulatory process
The 2011 horizon report
The Cluetrain Manifesto. The Tenth Anniversary Edition
The College of Law E-learning: Five-year Review
The Creative Destruction of Medicine: How the Digital Revolution Will Create Better Health Care
The Effectiveness of Online and Blended Learning: A Meta-Analysis of the Empirical Literature
The Internet and Society
The Pasteurization of Education.
The Rise of The Network Society: The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture,vol. 1
The role of technology in legal education
The SCONUL 7 Pillars of Information Literacy through a Digital Literacy ‘lens’
Typology of knowledge, skills and competences: clarification of the concept and prototype
Use of an innovative video feedback technique to enhance communication skills training
Will law schools go the distance? An annotated bibliography on distance education in law
“You can build it but will they come?” A Trial Implementation of eTextbooks at The College of Law