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Classroom and Teaching Technology Update

This guide looks at some of the teaching technology available for you to use.

Overview

This guide is intended to introduce you to the many ways that the Law Library can assist you in using technology in your teaching! For more faculty resources, please see: 

Add a Research Guide for Your Class

We can create research guides for your class!

Poverty & Law Guide Screenshot

A - Z List of Law Library Guides

Add a Video Tutorial to Your Course Webpage

We can create video tutorials for you to embed in your course website.

cchtaxtreatises

Video Tutorial: How to Find Tax Treatises on CCH (4:18 min.)

See All Law Library Video Tutorials

Creating CALI Lesson Links

  • CALI stands for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction.  CALI.org is a non-profit consortium of law schools – of which UC Law is a member – that develops and distributes legal education lessons to the consortium members. CALI Lessons are available online at http://www.cali.org. There are hundreds of lessons for all types of legal subjects. You can browse lessons at http://www.cali.org/lesson.
  • LessonLink is a CALI tool that allows faculty members to view student scores, completion rates and usage of CALI lessons.
  • Faculty members can share the LessonLink and Course URLs the same way any other URL is shared - via a post on a course website (e.g. TWEN, Blackboard, WebCT), course blog, or by email.

 

calilessonlinks

Creating CALI LessonLINKs Video Tutorial (2:59 min.)

 

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