Call for Contributions: 2015 RIPS Teach-In Kit

The RIPS Teach-In Kit Committee is currently accepting submissions for the 2015 Teach-In Kit.  The Teach-In Kit is a resource where law librarians can share materials and ideas to help improve legal research instruction.  We hope you’ll consider helping out your colleagues by submitting your materials to this year’s Kit.

What sorts of things can you submit? Past submissions have generally fallen into three categories: Presentations and Course Materials, Handouts and Guides, and Games. Course materials such as syllabi, assignments, and grading rubrics are always welcome submissions, but we encourage you to think outside the box as well. After all, we all know that legal research instruction doesn’t just happen in a traditional classroom setting.  Certification programs, research workshops, database expos – if you’re doing something creative to teach legal research, we want to hear about it! We know you’re out there doing new and interesting things, and your colleagues would love to learn from you!  For more examples, check out some of our past teach-in kits.

Contributions can be sent as email attachments to Ashley Ahlbrand at aaahlbra@indiana.edu.  The deadline for contributions is Friday, January 23, 2015.

Thanks for sharing!

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About ashleyahlbrand

I am the Educational Technology Librarian at Indiana University's Maurer School of Law. I am deeply interested in exploring how emerging and existing technologies can be used to enhance library services and legal education.
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