Great idea! Using video games to teach law. This could have a large impact on legal literacy. I myself lerned a lot about how code, both legal (statutes) and technological code by playing games. Combining learning the law and learning gaming seems like a natural fit. The Game is being crowd funded on Rocket Hub @ Game for Legal Services -Time Travel!
The Legal Services National Technology Project (NTAP) is housed at the Northwest Justice Project in Seattle and serves a nationwide audience of legal aid organizations. NTAP helps nonprofit legal aid programs improve client services through the effective and innovative use of technology. To do this, we provide technology trainings, maintain information, create online tools, and host community forums such as the LStech email list and a YouTube channel.
Hello, I’m I Chen Wu. I have just joined the Northwest Justice Project as an Experiential learning intern recently. Currently, I’m an undergraduate student in the University of Washington pursing a Bachelor of Science degree in Informatics. I will be working as a part time intern every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon. I’m an outgoing person who likes to make new friends.
This year LSNTAP & PBN looked at a new capacity, called triage, that can help make intake more efficient and robust by guiding litigants to the most appropriate resources and services. This webinar will review the differences between intake, online intake and triage, explore and how expert systems can help maximize limited resources while improving client services.
Online Intake has been a highly popular LSTNAP/PBN Community Training series topic for the past two years. This year, we will look at a new capacity, called triage, that can help make intake more efficient and robust by guiding litigants to the most appropriate resources and services. This webinar will review the differences between intake, online intake and triage, explore and how expert systems can help maximize limited resources while improving client services.
How do you share files among staff members who share an office? With remote colleagues? Across multiple offices? Across an entire distributed team? And how do you make sure that the files used across all those people are effectively backed up? Geared towards the less technically savvy staff member, this session will walk through the options and help organizations define what makes sense for them.
Joshua Peskay is the co-founder of RoundTable Technology, an Idealware Expert Trainer