Editorial

Online Learning: Making it Interesting

Mitzi Wyman explains how online learning and training can be transformed by the judicious use of high-tech aids and adherence to high production values.

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Professional Societies on the Web

Professional societies are well represented on the Web. Delia Venables applies her uniquely well-qualified eye to assess their contributions.

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Moving from transmission to collaboration

A recent report from think-tank Demos addresses what it sees as the real challenge of e-government and urges, beginning with its title, ‘Transformation, not Automation’. In summary, if all that results from the present e-government initiative i

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Contracting under DSDM: A New Commercial Model

Development methods have seen a big change in the last few years, with the undeniable trend being away from the more ‘traditional’ methods (also known as ‘waterfall’ methods) towards some form of RAD (Rapid Application Development). This articl

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The Internet, Paedophilia and the ISP

The ideology of the Internet as a communications channel offering all things to all men as the ultimate in free speech has recently come under close scrutiny. Since the public outrage against the lenient sentences imposed on seven men for tradi

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Data Protection Update

Rosemary Jay of Masons gives the latest developments, and explains how the field of interest is becoming wider as the FOIA and HRA begin to have effect. The full version of this update can be accessed on the SCL Web site - it includes detailed

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Backbytes

Richard Harrison provides his steadfast observations as the earth moves around him.

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Digging...... with ASPade, and other new tools

The article by Hazel Raw and John Kilbey (‘Calling ASPade ASPade’) in the October/November issue raised some of the contractual issues lawyers will need to consider when advising clients in relation to ASP – Application Service

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