USING TECHNOLOGY TO ADVANCE YOUR MISSION: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITES FOR THE UP TO DATE LEGAL AID LAW FIRM. 2008 Equal Justice Conference May 7-9, 2008 Minneapolis, MN. Using and Recording LegalMeetings for In-House Trainings www.lsntap.org Equal Justice Conference 2008 Kathleen Brockel.
USING TECHNOLOGY TO ADVANCE YOUR MISSION:CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITES FOR THE UP TO DATE LEGAL AID LAW FIRM
2008 Equal Justice Conference
May 7-9, 2008
Using and Recording LegalMeetings for In-House Trainings www.lsntap.orgEqual Justice Conference 2008Kathleen Brockel
Why and How to Use LegalMeetings for In-House Trainings
Recording LegalMeetings Trainings
“It saved our program time and money on face-to-face meetings.”
-Jackie Taylor, Georgia Legal Services Program
76 Programs have LegalMeetings Accounts with NTAP
Number of meetings in 2007 – 3075
Number of attendees in 2007 - 8951
Website Construction or Design
Assisting Others with Technology Topics
Planning in the Delivery of Client Services
Pass control of mouse and keypad
Change between documents or programs
Enables Organizers to perform meeting functions – schedule, start, edit, etc.
The application must be on the PC you are using to schedule or conduct meetings.
Download anytime at www.gotomeeting.com by clicking the Host a Meeting button.
Access functions by right-clicking the GoToMeeting system tray icon.
Recording in GoToMeeting
2. Recording Settings in GoToMeeting
3. Recording Process
4. Finish Recording/Posting
Windows Media Player
IMPORTANT: NEVER SKIP THE SOUNDCHECK! Microphones can die unexpectedly or system properties can change without you knowing.
Plug your microphone into your computer. A menu should appear listing "Microphone", "Line in", "No Action", etc. Select Microphone.
Go to Start Menu -> Control Panel -> Audio and Sound Devices
In Sound and Audio Properties, Select the “Voice” tab, then click on the button, “test hardware” near the bottom of the window.
Sound Hardware Test Wizard screen will appear. Select NEXT to begin the tool. It will load and bring you to a Microphone Test window. Talk into your Microphone. If the bar for “Recording” fills up as green or another color, then your microphone works. If it doesn’t, make sure everything is connected properly. Press NEXT. It will now playback the sound spoken into the recording a few moments ago. If this works, you are ready to go.
Have another organizer make you an organizer in GoToWebinar or GoToMeeting.
Select Tools from the top menu, then click Recording. This will reveal a new box for Recording.
Push the Settings Button. This will bring up the Audio settings for GoToWebinar/GoToMeeting. For Audio, make sure “Record Audio” is chosen. If not, select it. For Video, make sure “Convert to Windows Media Player File” is chosen. If not, choose it.
Push “OK” on the bottom of the window and save your settings.
Press the Record Button. It should cause a red circle to appear inside the Record Button and the “Stop” button should now appear.
Don’t touch any of the recording options until the training/recording is finished.
When the GoToMeeting/GoToWebinar recording is finished, either wait for the Presenter to end the session or close the tool screen yourself. It will automatically stop the recording. It will then take a few minutes to finish making the file. For a 90 minute training, the time is approximately 45 minutes.
To Post to a Website use:
WinSCP is an open source SFTP client for Windows. It provides a simple interface for transferring files between computers and servers.
NPADO Project Coordinator
Pro Bono Net
Advocates or self-represented litigants answer questions during an interview.
A personalized document is created from the answers.
The answers can be saved and reused.
Idaho Notice for Repairs
My program serves more clients.
Less time is spent on paperwork.
My staff is happier.
My program provides better services.
My staff is easier to supervise.
Innovation in Case Management Systems Using Technology to Advance Your MissionABA/ NLADA 2008 Equal Justice ConferencePresenter: Kathleen Brockel, LSNTAP
Choose the Problem Type. A list of intake questions appears.
Choose National Index Codes.
Click on the Intake Questions.
Add the intake answers into the database
Advice prompts are offered with problem code and selected FAQ.
Virginia’s Intake (5)
The Intake Form Seen By Volunteer Lawyers
INNOVATIVE DELIVERY MODELS
Director and Reluctant CRP
Legal Services of Northern Michigan
SPOTLIGHT ON REMOTE INTAKE
A2J Author Project Manager
Center for Access to Justice and Technology
Spotlight on Remote Intake: Iowa & Ohio Projects
A2J Guided InterviewsTM: Document assembly front-endand more
Petition for a Protection Order
What’s the next step?
Where do I go?
Who do I need to contact?
Iowa Legal Aid:Pilot Remote Intake Project
A2J Guided Interview
Answer File Data Now Available For
Transformed Answer Files
“NATIONAL SERVER” (NPADO)
OHIO TIG 2007 Grant:A Closer Look at the Mechanics for Web Intake
Chicago-Kent College of Law / Student Editorial Board Projects
Ventura County, California
(various interviews in process)
Illinois Legal Aid Online
(multiple interviews, either live or in development)
Document Assembly and E-Filing System Projects
U.S. District Courts,
Manatee County Clerk of the Circuit Court, Florida
(pilot project for the state of Florida)
Clerk of Kane County, Illinois
Intake Interview/Case Management Database Projects
Iowa Legal Aid
Legal Aid of Western Ohio
A2J Author Guided Interviews
(according to recent NPADO server statistics)
Alabama, Arkansas, California, Idaho, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, U.S. Virgin Islands, Vermont, Washington, Ontario (Canada)
Other Active Registered Users
of A2J Author
Arizona, Connecticut, Washington, D.C., Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming