We have opened up registration for the 2009 Conference for Law School Computing.
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.
This is where you can get all the latest info on what's going with CALI.
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