These have been posted for a little while on LSC's Vimeo account but they haven't been getting the attention they deserve so allow me to reshare them, videos from Rapid fire Tecg from the TIG conference.
There is some really good information packed into each of these 400 second talks. I think my favorite was A/B Testing but at seven minutes a piece they are all worth checking out.
This is a video that everyone involved in writing materials for the public needs to read, While many of us understand the general need for producing clear, understandable materials for the public exactly we often struggle in putting the theory into practice. In this webinar Maria Mindlin from Transcend outlines the problem and then provides concrete steps on how to make your materials more accessable.
Here is a very cool looking opening for someone who has an eye for picking projects with potential. If you are looking for something interesting shoot them a resume, and if you prefer this in PDF form you can find that here.
What risks and benefits frameworks should legal aid groups and decision makers when designing data-driven interventions? How can data regulation, policy, and standards effectively govern and provide accountability? Where should legal aid programs turn to seek guidance on emerging data ethics, laws, and policies?