CALI Webinar this Friday: CALI Author lesson authoring software
In case you missed the announcement, this Friday, May 8 from 3:00 to 3:30 pm Eastern time, CALI is hosting a webinar that will introduce you to basic skills necessary to author a new or modify an existing CALI lesson with lesson authoring software: CALI Author. Topics covered will include working with the menu, adding new questions, re-arranging the sequence of questions, adding popups and other hyperlinks, adding images, and more. The webinar is free for faculty, librarians and staff of CALI member organizations.
CALI lessons can be a great pedagogical tool. Of course we all know students who use the lessons published on the CALI website to review material in their law school courses. But did you know that you can also alter existing CALI lessons to meet the needs of your particular class or even create your own CALI lessons just for your students? The lessons don't have to be available to everyone on the CALI website, either, you can limit availability to your particular group of law students. There is a lot of opportunity to use these lessons creatively. But the CALI authoring software is somewhat complex, so I'm looking forward to the webinar on Friday.