Great Resource

August 25, 2010 at 4:42 pm | Posted in law librarianship, legal digital repositories, legal research strategy | Leave a comment

http://freelaw.classcaster.net/librarian-resources/

From the introductory email from

Sarah Glassmeyer
Valparaiso University School of Law Library:

This website is sponsored by the Legal Information Institute and Justia and graciously hosted by CALI.  It’s meant to provide alternative resources to the Wexis offerings in a fun way that law students would respond to.  There’s also a librarian section (http://freelaw.classcaster.net/librarian-resources/)  that will provide teaching and instructional resources for all librarians that train or instruct law students or lawyers.

Included on the librarian page is a brief (less than 30 seconds to take) survey on how, when and if you teach free law resources.  Please take a moment and fill that out.  It will help us figure out what resources we should be providing.

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