Monthly Archives: April 2016

Improving Visibility with Twitter

During my PhD research, I found that scholarly articles about legal education (particularly those in my area of interest – practice-based legal education) had few citations. For example, in studying the literature about Australian practical legal training published during 2006-2012 … Continue reading

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Qualitative Analysis of Social Media in #legaled

A limited number of free eprints are available for Kristoffer Greaves’ just-published article, ‘Computer-aided qualitative data analysis of social media for teachers and students in legal education’, in the latest issue of The Law Teacher—click on the image below to … Continue reading

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