Category Archives: For Faculty

As your students prepare for exams, we’d like to remind you about CALI Lessons.

Help your law students succeed with CALI Lessons! Time tested with proven results.   Did you know that your school is a CALI member?  Meaning, with your CALI membership, you have full access to CALI Lessons which are interactive tutorials … Continue reading

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Learn from the experts at CALIcon16

Learn from the experts! Declining applications and the legal marketplace recession creates a more complex and competitive market for legal education and lawyers.  Many of the fixes have a technology component like distance learning, formative assessment, virtual law practice, law … Continue reading

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Learn about the various legal education applications at CALIcon16

Welcome The Conference for Law School Computing® – aka CALIcon – is the only conference that brings together law professors, IT professionals, law librarians and law school administrators to discuss technology and its impacts on legal education. For more information … Continue reading

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CALI Announces its new A2J Project Matching Portal!

CALI is pleased to announce its new A2J Project Matching Portal, a new easy-to-use feature on a2jauthor.org that facilitates partnerships between legal aid organizations, courts, and law schools to create A2J Guided Interviews. This portal centralizes A2J form automation projects … Continue reading

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CALIcon16 Call for Presentations

CALIcon16 June 16-18 Georgia State University College of Law Atlanta, GA http://2016.calicon.org Call for Presentations (Deadline Friday, April 8, 2016): Declining applications and the legal marketplace recession creates a more complex and competitive market for legal education and lawyers.  Many of … Continue reading

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The CALI Roadshow

Does your law school have a Library Fair?  Or a Database Day?  How about a Faculty Brown Bag Series?  Or are you in a metropolitan area with some other law schools and you want an excuse to meet with the … Continue reading

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What the Heck is CALI???

Greetings to new and returning law students and faculty!  I know this month is filled with new, exciting (and maybe even scary) changes.  It’s also filled with INFORMATION OVERLOAD.  In case you missed it, hopefully in your orientation materials there … Continue reading

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CALI Lesson Teaching Guides

Faculty members logging into CALI this week will see a new box on the upper left hand side of each lesson page.   (It’s also visible here, on the upper left hand side of this blog post.)   As you can see, … Continue reading

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Instruction Spotlight: The EdTech Primer

One of my goals with the Instruction Spotlight series of posts on CALI Spotlight was to create a list of basic explanations to some of the major educational theories and ideas out there, both to teach myself as well as … Continue reading

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Instruction Spotlight: Flipping the Classroom

Flipping the classroom is a deceptively simple idea.  Instead of students learning via in-class lecture and then working on homework afterwards, the flipped classroom has students prepare for class ahead of time (the literature on the subject most often suggests … Continue reading

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