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March 13, 2007

Creating a Commons for law professors, students

The "Commons" provides a useful metaphor for scholarship: research and learning depends on our ability to share and build off each others' ideas. The "blawgosphere," taken as a whole, functions as one such Commons. But there are other Commons out there -- some wide open, some with electric fences all around.

Today at 12:30pm EDT, John Mayer of Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction talked about how CALI is establishing different kinds of commons for the development and sharing of legal education materials. Podcast of this event.

- Gene Koo

March 13, 2007 in Technology -- in general | Permalink

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