In 1996, CALI offered 100 lessons that schools installed on desktops in their computer labs using discs that CALI mailed to each school.
Today, the range of materials and the scope of tools available from CALI has expanded. CALI offers over 1000 lessons that work across many platforms in 35 areas of the law, free OER casebooks written by leading scholars, faculty podcasts, and A2J Author® that allows law students to build web-based interfaces for document assembly. Plus there are tools to track and assess your students’ learning, or to create your own course blog or casebook.
Using a quasi random outcome generator with a headgear enabled selection mechanism, and a dead tree facilitated array in a dexterity-based selection algorithm, CALI’s products, course materials, and features will be explained and demonstrated.
Session Category : Faculty Librarian Technologist