Enhancing Human Rights Law Learning With Mobile Technologies
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Enhancing Human Rights Law Learning With Mobile Technologies

Joan Lu (University of Hudderseld, UK) and Stuart Toddington (University of Manchester, U)
Pages: 300|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-7975-6
ISBN13: 9781799879756|ISBN10: 1799879755|EISBN13: 9781799879770|ISBN13 Softcover: 9781799879763
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Description

Deploying mobile learning technology may increase the engagement, inspiration, motivation and confidence in research environments and is especially beneficial to both supervisors and students. This book raises this issue to bridge the gap between technology and Law society and opens the conversation for opinion-based learning approaches in PHD education in Human Rights Law.

The book may benefit scientists, researchers and learners in the area of human rights law, mobile computing and computer science. There is always a challenge looking for and selecting suitable methodologies for PhD researchers in human rights law. A proper guidance is currently missing, thus, there is an immediate need to deploy and evaluate an effective method that is enhanced by the advanced emerging technology for the research conducted in this field. Mobile computing and technology could work as a solution for information acquisition in the learning process.

Furthermore, there are millions of cases in human rights law worldwide each year for PhD education to investigate. This book provides a clear guidance for Human Rights Law practitioners and educators, postgraduates at a practical level.

Thesel features are unique to the existing published abooks in the subject area. The users may benefit directly for teaching practices and the learning environment, especially during covid-19 when most learners and researchers are working at home and online. Digital materials can enhance human rights law education with this accessibility to mobile technology. .

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