"Serious Gaming as A Learning Tool" explored the evolution and application of game design for serious purposes. There is a lot of evidence that games are engaging and effective teaching tools, but in legal services we are just beginning to explore this area. The presentation included visual examples of successful efforts using games to teach real-life skills, both in and out of legal services.
Susan Garcia Nofi, Executive Director, New Haven Legal Assistance Association, Inc.
Dan Jackson, Executive Director, NuLawLab - Northeastern University School of Law
Casper Harteveld, Assistant Professor, Northeastern University
Innovation in Technology—By: Pro Bono Net
A reprise of a popular topic, this year we present examples of new innovations in technology to support pro bono in an Ignite-style format. The special Pre-Celebrate Pro Bono Week Webinar will cover various technologies in use by pro bono lawyers, as well as tips on how to make these technologies more effective and helpful for their pro bono programs.
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