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CALI offers online study aids

September 29th, 2013 No comments

If you are looking for an online, interactive study aid, the CALI lessons have what you are looking for. CALI has lessons on all law school topics and can be used on PCs, Macs and even iPads and smartphones. Check their website for a list of lessons by topic, by subject outline, or even by casebook. CALI also produces Lawdibles, a series of short podcasts on legal topics.

The first time you use CALI you’ll need to register for an account. You’ll need the Widener authorization code. To get the code just contact the law library reference desk. If you have any trouble registering contact the reference desk. Or you can watch this hand how to register video on YouTube.

Get your study aids at the library

August 26th, 2013 No comments

study aidsThe library has a great collection of study aids located in the room right behind the reference desk. Study aids can be checked out for 3 days. Please return them on time as your fellow students will be waiting for them!

Some of the most popular study aids we have are the Examples and Explanations series and the Understanding series. But we have many more!

A new study guide series we started buying a few years ago that proved popular with students is the Glannon Guide series.  Glannon Guides contain sample multiple choice questions with explanations of why each answer choice is right or wrong.

Listen to study aids

August 31st, 2012 No comments

sum and substance CDSome people are auditory learners and learn best by hearing. If that describes you, why not try the Sum and Substance series of study aids. The library has a collection of this popular audio series on CD. Like all of the library’s study aids Sum and Substance CDs can be borrowed for three days. Now you can study in the car or at the gym.

Study aids in the Law Library

August 29th, 2012 No comments

The library has a great collection of study aids located in the room right behind the reference desk. Study aids can be checked out for 3 days. Please return them on time as your fellow students will be waiting for them!

Some of the most popular study aids we have are the Examples and Explanations series and the Understanding series.

A new study guide series we started buying a few years ago that proved popular with students is the Glannon Guide series.  Glannon Guides contain sample multiple choice questions with explanations of why each answer choice is right or wrong.

Online interactive CALI lessons help you prepare for class

August 27th, 2012 No comments

If you are looking for an online, interactive study aid, the CALI lessons have what you are looking for. CALI has lessons on all law school topics and can be used on PCs, Macs and even iPads and smartphones. Check their website for a list of lessons by topic, by subject outline, or even by casebook. CALI also produces Lawdibles, a series of short podcasts on legal topics.

The first time you use CALI you’ll need to register for an account. You’ll need the Widener authorization code. To get the code just contact the law library reference desk. If you have any trouble registering contact the reference desk. Or you can watch this hand how to register video on YouTube.

Finals are coming, the law library can help!

April 23rd, 2012 No comments

The law library and finals time just naturally go together. Starting April 23 through May 14 we’ll be open until 2:00 AM.

We also have a large collection of study aids. Located just behind the reference desk on the second floor of the library, the collection includes popular study aids such as Examples and Explanations, the Understanding Series, Glannon Guides, Black Letter Outlines and more.

If you haven’t already tried CALI lessons, now’s the time to check them out. CALI has interactive lessons on many legal subjects. If you haven’t used CALI before you’ll have to register at their website, using the Widener CALI activation code. Call the reference desk or email Janet Lindenmuth for the code.

CALI lessons

August 25th, 2011 No comments

If you are looking for an online, interactive study aid, the CALI lessons have what you are looking for. CALI has lessons on all law school topics and can be used on PCs, Macs and even iPads and smartphones. Check their website for a list of lessons by topic, by subject outline, or even by casebook. CALI also produces Lawdibles, a series of short podcasts on legal topics.

The first time you use CALI you’ll need to register for an account. You’ll need the Widener authorization code. To get the code just contact the law library reference desk. If you have any trouble registering contact the reference desk. Or you can watch this hand how to register video on YouTube.

Study aids in the library

August 22nd, 2011 No comments

Examples and ExplanationsThe library has a great collection of study aids located in the room right behind the reference desk. Study aids can be checked out for 3 days. Please return them on time as your fellow students will be waiting for them!

Some of the most popular study aids we have are the Examples and Explanations series and the Understanding series.

A new study guide series we started buying a few years ago that proved popular with students is the Glannon Guide series.  Glannon Guides contain sample multiple choice questions with explanations of why each answer choice is right or wrong.

Welcome new students!

August 16th, 2011 No comments

It’s been great seeing our new students around campus. Things just get too quiet when you’re not here. Welcome to Widener Law! Please stop into the library if you need a place to study or relax during Intro to Law week. We also have a great collection of study aids and plenty of computers and printers for you to use.

Please let our librarians know if you need any help or have any questions.

CALI lesson makeover now live

August 12th, 2011 No comments

CALI has rolled out a new look for the popular CALI lessons. Besides the new look they’ve also added support for mobile devices so you can now run CALI lessons on your iPad or smart phone. They’ve also added an auto save feature so you don’t have to remember to save your lesson progress.

Form more information on the new lessons see CALI’s blog.