Teaching the Benefits and Limits of Human Classification and Machine Algorithms: Theory and Practice

The Boulder Statements on Legal Research Education: The Intersection of Legal and Practical Skills, Hein Publishing Company, 2014

12 Pages Posted: 2 Feb 2014 Last revised: 29 Jan 2015

Date Written: January 6, 2014

Abstract

This book is the first to look at the signature pedagogy set out in the Boulder Statements on Legal Research Pedagogy and Legal Research Education, and place it within the framework of the rich literature on information literacy, adult learning and experiential learning. The book is essential reading for everyone who wants to be able to place legal research instruction in a scholarly and theoretical framework.

Suggested Citation

Mart, Susan Nevelow, Teaching the Benefits and Limits of Human Classification and Machine Algorithms: Theory and Practice (January 6, 2014). The Boulder Statements on Legal Research Education: The Intersection of Legal and Practical Skills, Hein Publishing Company, 2014. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2382151

Susan Nevelow Mart (Contact Author)

University of Colorado Law School ( email )

401 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309
United States

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