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How does technology affect our role as directors and planners of delivering legal services to the indigent? With the dynamic nature of technology, it is hard to keep up on various innovations and how they might impact on our ability to represent the poor and fight injustices. In... Read more
"Low-income people don't use the Internet or computers in my state." This is a common perception held by most. Let's find out how many low-income people use technology and for what purposes. Click here to take the Digital Divide quiz online or... Read more
By Pro Bono Net-October 15, 2014 Panelists: · Paul Haidle, Director Volunteer Attorney Program, New Mexico Legal Aid · Tony Lu, Citizenship Works Project Coordinator, Pro Bono Net · Claudia Johnson, LawHelp Interactive Program Manager, Pro Bono Net ·... Read more
RSS stands for "Rich Site Summary" and it is a dialect of XML. For a more thorough technical definition of RSS, See "What is RSS?" an LSNTAP Blog post.  Although the technical definition of RSS isn't the easiest to understand, don't let that scare you away from this... Read more
More Than Apps: Affordable Program Delivery Through Mobile Phones   Lindsey Bealko, Expert Trainer, Idealware Principal & Founder Toolkit Consulting Pat Malone: Associate Director, Immigration Advocates Network Xander Karsten LawHelp Program Coordinator, ... Read more
Back to School with 50 Tech Tips 9/10/2014 A perennial favorite, join us as we present 50 new technology tips! From new tools to new hacks, start the school season off right with this fast-paced session.  Pulling from a broad range of presenters -- from technologists,... Read more
Back to School with 50 Tech Tips from Legal Services National Technology Assistance Project (LSNTAP) Please join us this... Read more
OneNote is Microsoft’s best new organizational and collaborative tool, and it can be used across multiple platforms. If you aren’t using OneNote yet, you should... Read more
The Northwest Justice Project has just posted four new videos in American Sign Language on NJP’s YouTube Channel. The first video presents tips for advocates working with Deaf and Deaf-Blind clients and was written by Kristi Cruz in collaboration with Abused Deaf Women's... Read more
The training is helpful for those considering online intake projects, or for groups already doing online intake who are looking for examples/ideas of how other groups are maximizing the potential of online intake and its fruits. Attendees are strongly encouraged to review... Read more

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