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Multi-Modal Delivery Approaches in Teaching Postgraduate Legal Research Courses

By Terry C. Hutchinson and Fiona Martin

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This paper commences with a consideration of the rationales for teaching legal research to postgraduate students. It discusses the importance of legal research to the dynamic and ever-changing discipline of law and the added significance of this area to postgraduate study. The paper then discusses the learning needs of postgraduate students and the changing educational environment that they face, and how new directions in education and developments in student numbers and background, funding and technology affect this environment. It examines the contextual needs of postgraduate students and how these affect their expectations of postgraduate study. The paper concludes with an analysis of the results of a survey of students undertaking the subject Advanced Legal Research as to various modes of delivery and considers some recommendations arising from the responses

Topics: 180119 Law and Society, Legal research, research skills training, flexible delivery, postgraduate research
Publisher: Centre for Publication & Information of The College of Law
Year: 1998
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:13799

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