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New eLangdell Press Casebook – Bioethics and the Law: Notes, Cases, and Problems

  The purpose of bioethics is to put forth ethically acceptable solutions to the problems posed by modern medicine. The actions of healthcare providers are governed by the four principles of bioethics: autonomy, non-maleficence, beneficence, and justice. The principles of … Continue reading

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Welcome our newest CALI Author – Zahr K. Said

Zahr has joined the roster of over 30 law professors that authored eLangdell Press® casebooks. These casebooks are 100% Free, Creative Commons licensed, and Peer-reviewed. And backed by additional CALI resources. Tort Law: A 21st-Century Approach Description: Tort Law: A 21st-Century … Continue reading

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Professor Created Course Materials Survey

As you may know, one of the projects we work on here at CALI is eLangdell Press, which creates and distributes open law school casebooks.  We do this because we believe educational materials should be Open – that is to … Continue reading

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More to eLangdell than the “e:” How Legal Educators Can Use & Adopt Our Books.

So tell the truth. Some of you looked briefly at eLangdell and dismissed it as an e-book project. “I don’t even have an e-reader?,” “Students can’t highlight/make notes in e-books,” “I just like print,” and “What will I do with … Continue reading

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The Future of The (Case)Book Is The Web

Recently there has been an explosion of advances in the ebook arena. New tools, new standards and formats, and new platforms seem to be coming out every day. The rush to get books into an “e” format is on, but … Continue reading

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The Enhanced Book

I have a box of tissues on my desk that’s decorated like a bookshelf. My mother jokingly gave it to me when I started at CALI just in case I started to miss being surrounded by books all day. The … Continue reading

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OER: Where Law School Lags Behind K-12 and Undergrad

I recently had the opportunity to attend the 8th annual Open Education Conference in Utah along with CALI’s Executive Director, John Mayer. The conference brought together educators, administrators, and technologists from the K-12 and post-secondary worlds to share information, show off projects, and … Continue reading

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Why We Fight

It is a happy coincidence that Open Access Week coincides with my inaugural post on the new CALI Spotlight blog.  I am a HUGE fan of Open Access – and all of the Opens, really…Open Source, Open Education, Open Data, … Continue reading

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