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Conceptual Frameworks in Legal Research Instruction

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Uploaded on May 31, 2011

From the 2004 CALI Conference for Law School Computing

Audience: Anyone involved in legal research instruction or the creation of Distance Learning, CALI exercises or Web tutorials
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Presentation will (i) demonstrate the pedagogical importance of frameworks for problem solving and systemic understanding of legal research, (ii) illustrate how to utilize frameworks in the design of Web tutorials and presentations with respect to legal research instruction, (iii) lead exercises designed to help workshop participants invent and create frameworks of their own.

PAUL D. CALLISTER
Library Director & Associate Professor of Law
LEON E. BLOCH LAW LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY SCHOOL OF LAW

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