CALI is happy announce the second round of the A2J Author® Course Project. You’ll find linked at the bottom of this post a flyer with the details of our Request for Proposals as well as a fact sheet about the program. Please share them with colleagues that may be interested in applying.
The A2J Author Course Project is a coordinated effort by the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI®), the Center for Access to Justice & Technology at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law and Idaho Legal Aid Services. Faculty selected for inclusion in this project will receive a stipend to either create a new course – or adapt an existing one – that uses A2J Author® software as a tool for teaching students technology and practice skills. No technological experience is required to participate in this project and training and support on A2J Author® will be provided.
A2J Author® allows non-programmers to use their legal skills and knowledge to create an expert system we call A2J Guided interviews®. These interviews walk self-represented litigants through a legal process and can create a document to be filed with a court. More information about A2J Author®, including the recent roll out of the latest web-based version, is available at www.a2jauthor.org.
For more information, visit our model course kit at A2JClinic.classcaster.net. If you have any questions, please contact John Mayer at jmayer AT cali.org