CALI LessonLink & Final Exams


CALI lessons are often automatically added to your TWEN course site.

These can be used by law students as they prepare for final exams.

However, if you want to track student lesson usage, LessonLink is the feature of CALI that allows you to do this.

Here are the instructions for creating and using a LessonLink:

  1. Login to with your CALI faculty account (you will need your school authorization code if you haven’t set up your account yet).
  2. Click on ‘CALI LessonLink’ in the right menu.
  3. Click the ‘Create a LessonLink’ link (also found here)
  4. Fill in your course name, semester, and then choose the CALI topic under which you will find the lesson(s) you wish to assign. Check the ones you want to assign.


  1. Click create LessonLinks.
  2. Use copy and paste to send the entire LessonLink URL(s) to students. You can send it to them by email or place it in your TWEN site.
  3. Check who has run this lesson and scoring details by clicking the same ‘CALI LessonLink’ link, then Current LessonLinks. (Past semesters’ LessonLink details are found under the LessonLink Archives tab.)

LessonLinks are organized into groups called courses. After creating a course with one or more links, you can add more LessonLinks to the course by following the directions in your Current LessonLinks administration page.

Students must run the lesson by clicking the unique URL you gave to them. They cannot simply browse to the CALI website and find the lesson in the CALI Library of Lessons. Please make this clear to your students to avoid confusion.

Students will also need the student authorization code if they have not yet creatd a CALI account.

Here are the instructions in a video:


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