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Journal of Legal Studies Education

2006 Volume 23, Number 2

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Strategies to Help Legal Studies Students Avoid Plagiarism

    Linda B. Samuels & Carol M. Bast

    Plagiarism is certainly not new to academics, but it may be on the rise with easy access to the vast quantities of information available on the Internet. Students researching on the Internet do not... More

    pp. 151-167

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  2. The Case of the Unhappy Sports Fan: Embracing Student-Centered Learning and Promoting Upper-Level Cognitive Skills through an Online Dispute Resolution Simulation

    Lucille M. Ponte

    Pedagogical experts contend that students learn best when they are actively involved in and responsible for their own learning. In a student-centered learning environment, the instructor ideally... More

    pp. 169-194

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