Friday, January 13, 2006

CALI course blogs

If you would like to set up a blog for your course, and your law school is a member of the CALI consortium, you can use Classcaster, CALI's blogging system, at no cost.  Information is available at http://www.classcaster.org/.  You can also see some examples there.

You can limit access to your Classcaster course blog just to your students, but then you won't have a feed (a way for your students to automatically receive new content, without having to go to the blog to check for new content).

More information about CALI (The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) generally is available at http://www2.cali.org/.  (spl)

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