Posts Tagged ‘cali’

  • Featured Database: CALI Lessons

    As you are starting your new classes, we’d like to remind you about CALI lessons.  If you are unfamiliar, CALI lessons are interactive, computer-based tutorials on a wide range of legal subject areas.  Lessons are completely free for our law students. They are useful for mastering material during the semester and for exam preparation. When […] Read more...
  • Legal eBooks

    Lighten your book load by using ebooks! Many legal books are now available for mobile devices—whether through services like Amazon’s Kindle platform or through free resources, such as those offered by CALI’s eLangdell Bookstore. The eLangdell Bookstore has a variety of free legal ebooks under the Creative Commons license that are available across multiple platforms: PDF, […] Read more...
  • Tired of Study Aids?

    Review a substantive area of law with a CALI lesson. There are hundreds of interactive, computer-based lessons covering over 40 subject areas. You can obtain the law school authorization code at the Reference Desk or by emailing the reference librarians. Once you have the code, fill out the registration form at the CALI website to […] Read more...
  • Online Lessons for 1Ls

    Review an area of law with a CALI lesson. There are hundreds of interactive, computer-based lessons covering over 40 subject areas. You can obtain the law school authorization code at the Reference Desk and then fill out the registration form at the CALI website to receive your password. CALI DVDs are also available at the […] Read more...
  • New CALI Lesson on Washington Secondary Sources

    CALI recently posted a new lesson on legal research in Washington using secondary sources. The exquisitely crafted work will certainly become a favorite for 1L’s statewide, as well as a refresher for 2L’s and 3L’s. You will need a password to access this and other CALI lessons. If you need the law school’s activation code, […] Read more...
  • Chance to Win $50 and Tell CALI What You Really Think

    CALI is asking law students, faculty and staff who have used its new interface to take a brief survey on the product. CALI claims it should not take more than 10 minutes and “there’s a chance you will win a $50 Amazon gift card.” CALI also says your opinion “helps a bunch.” If you have […] Read more...
  • CALI Goes Mobile

    Waiting at the bus stop or in a bar and feeling guilty about not studying? Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) lessons are now available to you on your iPad, iPhone, and other tablets and smartphones. If you don’t know what CALI is, you should learn. Go to the CALI website and see what all it […] Read more...