Spotlight Blog

CALI Lessons – Edit, Make Your Own or See Your Student Scores

As you (hopefully) know, CALI lessons are written and peer reviewed by law professors and librarians.  But did you know that you can still write your own lesson and publish them to our website? We don’t intentionally keep this a secret, but for some reason people are always surprised to learn this!

CALI for 1Ls

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DIY CALI Lessons

6152609569_ede61a0445_nAs you (hopefully) know, CALI lessons are written and peer reviewed by law professors.    But did you know that you can still write your own lesson and publish them to our website?  We don’t intentionally keep this a secret, but for some reason people are always surprised to learn this!

Law Schools as Knowledge Centers and Teaching A.I.

Our final CALI Spotlight preview highlights two articles. The first, written by Vern R. Walker et al explores what it would mean for law schools to be “knowledge centers.” In “Law Schools as Knowledge Centers in the Digital Age,” the authors propose that law schools take on the central goal of becoming knowledge centers, much like research laboratories in linguistics and information science. By doing so, the authors contend that law schools can accomplish many of their traditional educational goals through innovative legal means.

A2J Clinic Integration into Traditional Clinics

Yesterday, the CALI Spotlight Blog featured three participants from the Access to Justice Clinical Course Project that will be integrating A2J Author into their courses a part of a hybrid clinical experience. Three other participants in the A2J Clinic Project will integrate the use of this software into more traditional clinical courses.

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