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Using Virtual Reality as a Form of Simulation in the Context of Legal Education

In: Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality

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  • Justin Cho

    (Manchester Metropolitan University)

  • Timothy Jung

    (Manchester Metropolitan University)

  • Kryss Macleod

    (Manchester Metropolitan University)

  • Alasdair Swenson

    (Manchester Metropolitan University)

Abstract

Simulation is a form of learning that is often used in legal education to teach practical skills that cannot be effectively taught in the traditional classroom environment. Despite its frequent use, its capabilities as a learning tool is limited. Efforts have been made to enhance simulated learning with novel digital technologies. Virtual Reality is an example of a novel technology that has seen an increase in use in the context of education. This paper introduces the literature on legal simulation and VR education and provides theoretical grounding for the potential effect that VR may have in legal simulation.

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  • Justin Cho & Timothy Jung & Kryss Macleod & Alasdair Swenson, 2021. "Using Virtual Reality as a Form of Simulation in the Context of Legal Education," Progress in IS, in: M. Claudia tom Dieck & Timothy H. Jung & Sandra M. C. Loureiro (ed.), Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality, pages 141-154, Springer.
  • Handle: RePEc:spr:prochp:978-3-030-68086-2_11
    DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-68086-2_11
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