Some of your professors may assign or recommend CALI exercises to reinforce material covered in lectures.
You can also find lessons for a particular casebook. To do so, go to http://www.cali.org/content/lessons-casebook and click on the relevant subject to identify your casebook. Then click on a casebook to view the related CALI Lessons. Not all casebooks have specific CALI Lessons assigned to them.
You can access CALI exercises through BLS Library's Catalog, Westlaw or through www.cali.org. You received an authorization code at the 1L Library Orientation to use the first time you sign on to CALI, but you can always email a reference librarian (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the code.
Materials that your professors place on course reserve are kept behind the circulation desk. You may check out the items for two hours at a time.
There are 3 main websites where BLS professors post material for your courses. Those three are: the "My Classes" page of BLSConnect, TWEN (the Westlaw web course platform), and Lexis's Course Web Pages.