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Developing an E-Learning Course for a Global Legal Firm

Developing an E-Learning Course for a Global Legal Firm
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Author(s): Gemma Baltazar (Baker & McKenzie Global Services LLC, USA)
Copyright: 2013
Pages: 22
Source title: Cases on Cultural Implications and Considerations in Online Learning
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Andrea Edmundson (eWorld Learning, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-1885-5.ch007


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This case study describes the considerations, challenges, and lessons learned in developing this online course, which is the foundation of an overall risk management training program for the Firm. Risk management is a very broad, deep, and complex topic which impacts the practice of law in many different ways. Recognizing that it is in meaningful discussions where learning most likely takes place, the project team’s challenge was to design an e-learning course that allows sufficient interactivity to engage the learner and stimulate thinking around issues they encounter in whatever legal area, and at whatever level they practice.

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