The Journal of Learning Design is an open-access peer-reviewed multidisciplinary forum concerned with the systematic study and investigation of pedagogy and learning design in higher education, with a focus on the innovative use of technology.
Vol 8, No 2 (2015)
Table of Contents
- Teaching independent learning skills in the first year: A positive psychology strategy for promoting law student well-being Rachael Field, James Duffy, Anna Huggins. 1-10 PDF (305KB)
- Oh, the places you’ll go!: Newcastle Law School’s partnership interventions for well-being in first year Law Katherine Lindsay, Dianne Kirby, Teresa Dluzewska, Sher Campbell. 11-21 PDF (356KB)
- Creating practice ready, well and professional law graduates Anneka Ferguson. 22-30 PDF (610KB)
- Sustainability in the Real Property Law Curriculum: Why and How Kate Galloway. 31-42 PDF (326KB)
- The Postgraduate Capstone Experience: Negotiating the Pedagogical Tensions Jacqueline Mowbray. 43-52 PDF (314KB)
- Creating a global law graduate: The need, benefits and practical approaches to internationalise the curriculum Carmel O'Sullivan, Judith McNamara. 53-65 PDF (642KB)
- Special issue: Legal education and curriculum renewal Judith McNamara, Rachael Field. i-iii PDF (202KB)
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