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Library Orientation Guide: TWEN, CALI & Library Catalog


CALI is the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction.  CALI provides online access to over 950 interactive tutorials on narrow topics of law.  Some Professors assign CALI lessons as homework. However, CALI lessons are also an excellent way to reinforce concepts learned in class. 

Register Your Password

  • Go to
  • Click "Register" (at top of page)
  • Enter Authorization Code
  • Select your graduation year
  • Create Username & Password
  • Enter Touro email address
  • Enter First & Last Name
  • Read & Agree to Terms of Service & Privacy Policy
  • Click Create new account 


The Westlaw Education Network (TWEN) is an online extension of the classroom.  Some Professors set up TWEN pages for their courses. Professors may add syllabi, assignments, quizzes, tests and other course materials to their TWEN pages. What you'll find on a TWEN page varies by Professor. Touro Student Organizations also have TWEN pages. For more information see Student's Guide to TWEN.

To Access TWEN: 

  • Sign in to your Westlaw account
  • Click TWEN, at the top of the homepage
  • Click Add Course on the task bar
  • Locate & Select your courses from the list & click Add
  • If your course requires a password, your Professor will provide you with the password


The library's online catalog can be accessed from the library home page. Click Library Catalog under the heading "Getting Started." Search for materials by keyword, title, author, subject, call number & ISBN. Searching by keyword is recommended unless you are certain of the exact spelling of the other search options. You can also conduct an advanced search

Most library materials may be checked out for 2 weeks. Materials on reserve may only be checked out for 2 hours and must remain in the library. You can request reserve materials at the circulation desk.

Professors sometimes place materials on reserve. To find what your Professor has placed on reserve, look in the catalog under Course Reserves (in the bottom of the box on the right) by Course name or Instructor name .