Strategic Planning for Distance Learning in Legal Education: Initial Thoughts on a Role for Libraries
Distance learning technologies will be used increasingly by law schools both to enhance learning within their existing residential programs and to reach new audiences. For law librarians, the questions involved in serving distance learners are a subset of the questions about the future of the law library that arise from changes in the legal information environment. This article discusses current distance learning alternatives for law schools, and the impacts of distance learning and other technological innovations on the future role of the academic law library in legal education.
Richard A. Danner, Strategic Planning for Distance Learning in Legal Education: Initial Thoughts on a Role for Libraries, 21 Legal Reference Services Quarterly 69-85 (2002)
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Strategic planning, Distance education, Law--Study and teaching
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Co-published simultaneously in Law Library Collection Development in the Digital Age (ed: Michael Chiorazzi and Gordon Russell), The Haworth Information Press, 2002.