Sarah Walton, professor of justice studies at the University of Maine at Augusta, is using CALI Lessons to teach troops in Afghanistan.
Now the 5,000-student college is reaching out to active-duty personnel stationed overseas. UMA will offer priority slots in five summer courses this year to a Maine Army National Guard unit stationed in Kandahar.
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In combination with the proper tools, laptops actually have the potential to engage students and promote participation in the classroom.
This webinar will give a quick overview of a few free online tools like Google Moderator as well as other group question tools and CALI's very own Instapoll.
Space is limited. Reserve your Webinar Seat Now at:
Come to CALI's second in a series of free webinars on March 13th, Friday at 3:00 Eastern (2:00 Central).
John Mayer, CALI's Executive Director, hosts this webinar on CALI's Classcaster blogging system and podcasting.
Watch our first webinar on the Legal Education Commons here.
Here is the link to a recording of the most recent CALI Webinar: Introducing the Legal Education Commons.
This is an introduction to the Legal Education Commons recorded Feb. 27, 2009. Gene Koo, CALI Berkman fellow, walks us through the Legal Education Commons.
Spots are filling up fast, but you can still sign up for Friday's webinar on the Legal Education Commons:
Every couple of weeks, CALI will host a free online presentation on a subject related to technology and innovation in legal education aimed at law school faculty and staff!
We will focus on "how-to" introductory topics with the hope that you will learn something you can immediately apply. Attendee interaction during and after the presentation are encouraged.
This and next week's topic is an introduction to the Legal Education Commons.
Sue Altmeyer, writing for the Law Librian Blog, here, has posted a nice blog about the benefits and opportunities of becoming a CALI author and writing legal research lessons.