Hanlan, James P.
Suffolk University Law School
This project involved the study of educational technology at Suffolk University Law School (SULS). Research was done through the cataloging of existing hardware and through interviews of students, faculty and key administrators. SULS is one of the nation's most technologically advanced law schools. In order for SULS to remain on the leading edge of technology in legal education, a three-phase recommendation plan was proposed. This plan made recommendations for short-term improvements, mid-range projects and long-term undertakings relating to the use of technology.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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