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CALI Lessons – Short Note for Faculty

August 1st, 2014 · No Comments · Handouts and Form Letters, Promoting CALI to Faculty

This is a quick note to email to faculty about CALI lessons.  Please feel free to copy it and send it to your faculty.   Remember to add your schools faculty authorization code.

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If you have not looked at CALI lessons in awhile you should visit www.cali.org and take a look. CALI hosts 900+ law faculty-authored interactive tutorials in 35 legal subject areas, all of which you and your students can freely access.

Visit cali.org and work through some lessons or use the LessonText feature which allows you to see the text of, and answers to, the entire lesson.  If you’d like to assign lessons to students and track their usage, try the special LessonLink feature.  You will need to be logged into CALI to see these features.

If you are registering for a CALI username and password for the first time, you will need the school’s faculty authorization code to create a cali.org account with faculty privileges:

(AUTHORIZATION CODE HERE).

If you don’t see a lesson in the area you are looking for, CALI is always looking for lesson authors. If you have questions about authoring your own lesson or editing a lesson, contact Deb Quentel (dquentel@cali.org) for more details.

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