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Remote Learning Guide for Students

CALI Lessons

Asynchronous, Interactive, Self-Paced Tutorials

CALI Lessons are the original distance learning.  There are over 1000 lessons covering 40 different legal subject areas.  A good bet is to look at the Subject Outline for the course you are teaching, find the specific topics you are teaching and assign those lessons to your students.  Here is a quick list of CALI's Subject Outlines with links to CALI Lessons. 

CALI Textbooks

eLangdell Press

CALI's eLangdell® Press publishes free, open eBooks for legal education.  These casebooks are licensed under a Creative Commons license 

What do we mean by open?

Casebooks that are compatible with devices like smartphones and e-readers, as well as print.
Educators can adopt and edit eLangdell's Creative Commons licensed casebooks, for free.
Students and faculty can use eLangdell casebooks for free.

Cali Podcasts

CALI has over 70 podcasts - mostly in Contracts and Secured Transactions.