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When I inquired about this - thinking that maybe it was a new partnership with a Thai law school - CALI editor extraordinaire Deb Quintel told me they had no idea what was going on and that they would look into it.
Just one of many strange things about this page (like the mis-spelled “CALI: The Canter for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) is the pop-up about web browsers when you first pull it up (this is the Chrome version of the pop-up:
The CALI folks weren’t surprised by the Japanese essay/paper/presentation I found recently with a bunch of citations and references to CALI, American legal education, instructional technology, etc., because CALI Executive Director John Mayer apparently goes over there regularly and talks CALI up to the local legal ed folks there. Should we start working on anime versions of the CALI lessons? -
One of the recent items I noted at CALI.Org - the original, genuine thing, not a cheap, foreign rip-off - is the CALI disc recyling program; sounds good, but my wife and I have our own version of this:
We didn’t make this - a local artist did, but we soon discovered that when exposed to sunlight for any period of time CDs, DVDs, etc, become very brittle so I’m constantly cleaning up and replacing the bits and pieces that crack and shatter and fall in the garden. So a lot of our school’s CALI discs from previous years get used as replacements.