Tuesday, September 01, 2009

CALI lessons

Need to review a subject or just want help understanding concepts? You may want to use a CALI lesson. CALI stands for Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction. It contains interactive computer based lessons covering 32 legal educations subjects.

1L students please note that tutorials covering aspects of Lexis and Westlaw may be found in the Legal Research subject. These lessons are one way to review what you learned and add more insight into using Lexis and Westlaw.

The CALI link is on the Law Library page: Deane Law Library homepage to Online Resources to Legal and Research Instruction. Please ask for the password at the Reference Desk.

Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

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