Now Accepting Submissions: The 27th Annual RIPS-SIS Legal Research Teach-In Kit

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Dear Fellow Law Librarians & Information Professionals,

The future of the legal profession is in your hands!

Even if you do not teach, you can join other librarians toward the common goal of better library instruction.  How?  By submitting to the RIPS-SIS Legal Research Teach-In Kit.  What can you submit?  Instructors: assignments, games, presentations.  Everyone else: we need your reference questions!  They are valuable for designing in-class exercises and assessments.  We don’t need particular formats.  We don’t need perfection.  We need whatever you’ve got!  We need it because the Teach-In Kit and the instruction and information our members provide is so valuable to our profession and the diverse communities we serve, including our fellow members!

The RIPS-SIS Legal Research Teach-In Kit Committee is now accepting submissions for the 27th Annual Teach-In Kit.

Past submissions include:

game to teach jurisdiction inspired by Apples to Apples

presentation to teach local government law complete with an in-class assignment

-Several syllabi including for course on special topics like environmental law

-See past Teach-In Kits for still more examples.

Still not sure you have something worthwhile to contribute?  Watch this!  (full screen is best!)

Call for Submissions!

Deadline for submissions: Friday, January, 25, 2019

Where to send your submissions: Please send by email attachment to Gail Mathapo: gmathapo@law.ufl.edu

We are looking forward to hearing from ALL of you!

Thank you,

Gail

About lorajohns

Linguist, lawyer, librarian. B.A. in linguistics from Dartmouth College. J.D. from Yale Law School.
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