Reminder: Call for Contributions to the 21st Annual RIPS-SIS Teach-In Kit

RIPS-SIS Blog readers, please consider contributing your work the annual RIPS-SIS Teach-In Kit. This is a wonderful resource. If you are not familiar with the Teach-In Kit, take a minute to check out the past Teach-In Kits. I use the resource several times a semester to get new ideas for teaching legal research classes. Submissions should be sent to Laura J. Ax-Fultz. See her message to AALL membership below.

AALL for Contributions to the 21st Annual RIPS-SIS Teach-In Kit

Interested in promoting law libraries and enhancing legal research instruction?  If so, we invite your contributions to the 21st Annual National Legal Research Teach-In Kit.  The Research Instruction and Patron Services-SIS has provided the popular Teach-In Resource Kit for many years as a formerly print and now online publication designed to support the instructional and promotional activities of law librarians. It is published annually in conjunction with National Library Week each April.  Your contributions are essential to the success of the Kit.  We invite you to send contributions as email attachments to Laura Ax-Fultz at   Any document format that can be attached to email is acceptable. We will accept most any instructional materials that you care to offer:

course syllabi
research guides
lecture notes
lesson plans
PowerPoint shows
basic instructional guides
examinations and guided quizzes
crossword puzzles and trivia quizzes
We welcome your ideas and suggestions and encourage you to contact us to discuss your contributions.  Examples of past submissions can be found in last year’s kit (

The deadline for contributions is Monday, February 25, 2013.


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