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  1. CLE: Artificial Intelligence and the Legal Field

    On June 5, 2018, the Washington State Bar Association (WSBA) presented a continued legal education program (CLE) hosted by Sart Rowe, titled, “Artificial Intelligence and the Legal Profession”. The CLE aimed to explore the underpinnings of modern artifici ...
    CLE: Artificial Intelligence and the Legal Field
  2. About LSNTAP

    NTAP helps nonprofit legal aid programs improve client services through effective and innovative use of technology. To do this, we provide technology training, maintain information, create online tools, and host community forums such as the LSNTAP Discuss ...
  3. Idaho legal Aid Services Drupal Survey

    From 2015 to the end of 2017 Idaho legal Aid Services has been working on a TIG grant to better support the Drupal community. Now that the grant is finished they are working with Mary Zimmerman to create an evaluation report. As part of that evaluation th ...
    Idaho legal Aid Services Drupal Survey
  4. When Do I Use GoToMeeting versus GoToWebinar?

    What is the Difference Between GoToMeeting and GoToWebinar? Both products are excellent, but they serve different purposes. There are three considerations that would determine which one you should use: 1. How many people will attend your meeting?  GoToMee ...
    When Do I Use GoToMeeting versus GoToWebinar?
  5. Games For Good Spreadsheet

    A few years back a small group of volunteers organized a project to create a catalog of games with some value beyond pure entertainment. The initial use was to help educate lawmakers about the value of games and provide a different look on games for peopl ...
    Games For Good Spreadsheet
  6. Webinar: Resources You Need To Evaluate Your Program

    In this webinar April Faith-Slaker from A2J Lab and Aurora Martin from Pop Up Justice discuss helpfull tools that should be used during program design. Faith-Slacker emphasizes the importance of early evaluations and provides key questions that one should ...
    Webinar: Resources You Need To Evaluate Your Program
  7. Webinar: Web Accessibility for Legal Aid

    In this webinar, presenters Faith Laminack and Allison Carnwath discuss ways to make websites more accessible for individuals with disabilities. Typically when we think of accessibility we consider it within a physical space like ramps for wheelchairs or ...
     
    Webinar: Web Accessibility for Legal Aid
  8. 2. General Tips and Best Practices

    Tips and Best Practices Have a plan Before you get started figure out what you are want to accomplish. Without doing this you have no way of measuring success and it’s harder to improve your presence. One goal might be to get at least one new client a mon ...
    2. General Tips and Best Practices
  9. Mediated vs. Unmediated Testing

    Below are some of the differences between mediated and unmediated user testing. Mediated Unmediated Staff person walks the tester(s)through a series of tests and follows a script Less structured allowing the user to act naturally with minimal input Script ...
    Mediated vs. Unmediated Testing
  10. Why Conduct Usability Testing

    While website usability testing is conducted for many reasons, primarily, it ensures that people can use your site. If they can't, they will find solutions elsewhere. Usability testing can also help determine: The length of time a to complete a task ...
    Why Conduct Usability Testing