E-learning for law firms
Steven H. Gluckman, Peter Glowacki, American Bar Association. Career Resource Center, Center for Continuing Legal Education (American Bar Association)
American Bar Association, May 25, 2006 - Computers - 92 pages
The newest frontier in law firm training and development is e-learning. This book defines e-learning and its application in law firms, including how it impacts continuing legal education (CLE). It focuses on e-learning's benefits, uses, and variations applied to lawyer training and development. Readers will learn how to design an e-learning curriculum, identify and develop content, and align e-learning with their firm's objectives. The book also includes a discussion of learning management systems (LMS) and a business case for firm e-learning.
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