Family Law Prof Blog

Editor: Margaret Ryznar
Indiana University
Robert H. McKinney School of Law

Monday, October 3, 2005

Apply for CALI Family Law Fellowships

"The CALI Fellowships Project is a multi-year applied research effort to create computer-based learning materials in legal education. Both the process and the product will benefit faculty and CALI member institutions. The resulting materials receive internal review from the fellowship team and peer review from the CALI Editorial Board, and are published to law schools as part of the CALI Library of Materials. The goal of the project is to create a high-quality pool of electronic teaching materials for faculty to supplement their courses or locally customize for specific instructional goals, while providing an opportunity to explore computer-mediated/distance learning in legal education.

For January of 2006, we are assembling a team of five faculty to become CALI Family Law Fellows. These faculty will receive focused training, extensive support and encouragement, and be provided software to create computer-based instructional materials that can be delivered via the Internet from the CALI website, from law school faculty web course pages or run from student PCs." By CALI Fellowships Project  Link to CALI (last visited 10-2-05, NVS).

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