One of the more controversial suggestions in legal education reform is the idea that law students should learn computer programming. Critics wonder what possible use this could have. Are future lawyers going to have to build their own tools? Is it only useful for students preparing for a career with a legal product developer?
A new semester means a new opportunity to use CALI to help with your classes – whether you are a professor or a law student! Next week our Director of Community Development, Sarah Glassmeyer, will be hosting two 20 minute webinars that will explain everything you need to know to start using CALI.
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In early November, two of CALI’s staff members – Elmer Masters and me (Sarah Glassmeyer) – traveled to Park City, Utah to attend the Open Educations Conference. We presented on our eLangdell Press open casebook publishing project and were also featured in a showcase of
Even though it’s only the end of October, it’s not too early to start planning for final exam time. Here at CALI, our usage statistics go through the roof starting around Thanksgiving every year. Accompanying this are lots of questions from students with registration issues, questions about authorization code contacts and lost passwords.
The week of October 21-27, 2013 is Open Access Week. This week is an opportunity for those of us involved in the creation and use of scholarly works to learn about the benefits of Open Access. CALI is a long time supporter of Open Access and
Please mark your calendars for the following webinars on CALI and legal education related topics. Webinars will be on Tuesdays at 11 am Central, with a live encore performance at 2pm Central on Fridays. They are all free to attend and will be 15-30 minutes in length, depending on topics. These will be live and you’ll have the opportunity to ask