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Lightning Talk

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15-4-2024 3:40 PM

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15-4-2024 4:00 PM

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CALI eLangdell Press publishes free, open-access casebooks for legal education. Educators can adopt and edit eLangdell's Creative Commons licensed casebooks for free, allowing them the flexibility to tailor resources to their teaching methods and course requirements. Students benefit from a more affordable option with free access to eLangdell casebooks in Word, PDF, ebook, and online formats. For those who prefer a physical copy, the print version is available for purchase at cost. Further, our latest titles feature interactive questions using the open-source tool H5P. This enhancement elevates student engagement and provides opportunities to reinforce knowledge.

Author Bios

Sara Smith is the Assistant Director of Curriculum Development at the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI). Sara works with law school faculty to develop e-learning materials for legal education, including online, interactive legal tutorials (CALI Lessons), free and open casebooks (eLangdell Press), and podcasts (Lawdibles). Sara previously worked for the American Bar Association as a Research and Policy Analyst in the Legal Services Division and then as Associate Counsel in the Center for Professional Responsibility. Sara holds a JD from Chicago-Kent College of Law, an MS in Public Service Management from DePaul University, a BA in Political Science from Northern Illinois University, and a Certificate in Predictive Analytics from DePaul University.

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CALI eLangdell® Press Open Access and Interactive Casebooks

Register here!

CALI eLangdell Press publishes free, open-access casebooks for legal education. Educators can adopt and edit eLangdell's Creative Commons licensed casebooks for free, allowing them the flexibility to tailor resources to their teaching methods and course requirements. Students benefit from a more affordable option with free access to eLangdell casebooks in Word, PDF, ebook, and online formats. For those who prefer a physical copy, the print version is available for purchase at cost. Further, our latest titles feature interactive questions using the open-source tool H5P. This enhancement elevates student engagement and provides opportunities to reinforce knowledge.