"Already know you that which you need" - Yoda, likely referring to CALI's resources
All right, it's possible Yoda was not referring to CALI in "Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi" (1983), and instead was telling Luke his training was complete. I prefer to believe that Yoda was foreshadowing the CALI classroom of the future.
And, the future has arrived.
Faculty can now teach their entire course using CALI materials. In many courses faculty can use a free, open-source CALI eLangdell® casebook as the primary course source material. Supplement this casebook with lessons, or a course blog or podcasts using Classcaster®. Start lively classroom discussion through the use of Instapoll.
This session will highlight how to use and modify CALI's lessons, casebooks and other tools. We will explore reporting and scoring features available to faculty that allow for formative assessment. As CALI approaches 1000 online tutorials, selecting the appropriate lesson to complement your course is becoming more difficult. This session will instruct you in the use of The Force to find the best lessons (okay, they're really just subject outlines, but so easy to use you'd think you had a high midi-chlorians count).
Professor of Law at Mercer University Law School
Director of Technology at CALI
As the Director of Technology at the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (www.cali.org) I work on interesting projects involving technology and legal education like eLangdell, Classcaster, and the Free Law Reporter and I have over 20 years experience in building Internet tools for accessing law and legal materials on the Internet.