by Karen Oesterle, Head of Reference

The National Legal Research Teach-In, sponsored by AALL’s Research Instruction and Patron Services-Special Interest Section, is an annual campaign helping law librarians share materials and ideas for legal research instruction.  These kits make it easier for librarians to get key information to the right people; each RIPS-SIS Teach-In Kit is a collection of teaching materials written by teaching law librarians.  The latest Kits include a wealth of great content and completely reorganize the prior year’s submissions, making them more user-friendly and accessible.  Each one is organized by headings (like Administrative Law, Secondary Sources, Legal Analytics) and subheadings (like Hypotheticals, Presentations, and Assignments) so you can find exactly what you need when you need it.  Many thanks to the RIPS-SIS for this valuable resource helping us all as we teach, improve, and update our own knowledge!

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