Show Us Your Best! Call for Contributions for the 25th RIPS National Legal Research Teach-In

call for contributions visualAs the year draws to a close, the RIPS Teach-In is just warming up! The RIPS Teach-In Kit Committee is currently accepting submissions for the 2017 Teach-In Kit. The Teach-In Kit is a resource where law librarians can share their materials and ideas to help improve legal research instruction, and 2017 marks the production of our 25th Kit. As such, we’d like to make this year’s Kit extra special. We are asking you to submit your “Best of.” Whether that’s your best handout, best lecture, best assignment, or best library program, we hope you’ll share your “best” with your colleagues from across the country! Good resources never lose their value, so even if your “best” is something you’ve submitted to a previous year’s Kit, we invite you to update it and submit it again!

Prior contributions have included course syllabi, lesson plans, research guides, assignments, lecture notes, handouts, assessments, PowerPoint slides, tutorials, and games. Examples of past submissions can be found in kits from previous years.

The Committee has a lot of ideas in the works for this year, but we can’t make it happen without your help! The deadline for contributions is Friday, February 17, 2017. We thank you in advance for your contributions to this great resource!

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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