Practical Examples of the ATJ
Technology Principles
Brian Rowe J.D.
Techie Legal Geek
LSNAP.org @ Northwest Justice Projec...
Cyborg Boy by ~Gryz at Deviant Art
Accessibility
I. Requirement of Access to Justice
identitywebandphoto.com/carrie/portfolio/cncoker/edit6600/badrevealed.html
wave.webaim.org
checkmycolours.com
checkmycolours.com
WriteClearly.org
WriteClearly.org
Spell Suggest
The Red Model - Rene Magritte
screencast-o-matic.com
popcorn.webmaker.org
Where to Share
V. Maximizing Public
Awareness and Use
Where to Share
V. Maximizing Public
Awareness and Use
Where to Share
III. Openness and PRIVACY
Enabling Others
VI. Best Practices
Skimmer with baby by Wildlifeshoots / CC BY
Developing Social Media Use Policies for Legal Aid Groups
http://lsntap.org/blogs/developing-social-media-use-policies-leg...
Creating a Model Privacy Policy for Legal Aid Websites
http://lsntap.org/blogs/creating-model-privacy-policy-legal-aid-web...
Inspiring Others
Amazing Others
youtube.com/user/
citpprinceton
Ingress
+
Thanks!
Brian@BrianRowe.ORG
Credits:
Content Brian Rowe CC-BY with credit to:
Northwest Justice Project
Privacy Keyboard b...
AALL Tech Principles in Action
AALL Tech Principles in Action
AALL Tech Principles in Action
AALL Tech Principles in Action
AALL Tech Principles in Action
AALL Tech Principles in Action
AALL Tech Principles in Action
AALL Tech Principles in Action
AALL Tech Principles in Action
AALL Tech Principles in Action
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AALL Tech Principles in Action

  1. 1. Practical Examples of the ATJ Technology Principles Brian Rowe J.D. Techie Legal Geek LSNAP.org @ Northwest Justice Project Blogger @ DigitalRightsNW.org Youtube Geek LSNTAP.org
  2. 2. Cyborg Boy by ~Gryz at Deviant Art
  3. 3. Accessibility I. Requirement of Access to Justice
  4. 4. identitywebandphoto.com/carrie/portfolio/cncoker/edit6600/badrevealed.html
  5. 5. wave.webaim.org
  6. 6. checkmycolours.com
  7. 7. checkmycolours.com
  8. 8. WriteClearly.org
  9. 9. WriteClearly.org
  10. 10. Spell Suggest The Red Model - Rene Magritte
  11. 11. screencast-o-matic.com
  12. 12. popcorn.webmaker.org
  13. 13. Where to Share V. Maximizing Public Awareness and Use
  14. 14. Where to Share V. Maximizing Public Awareness and Use
  15. 15. Where to Share III. Openness and PRIVACY
  16. 16. Enabling Others VI. Best Practices
  17. 17. Skimmer with baby by Wildlifeshoots / CC BY
  18. 18. Developing Social Media Use Policies for Legal Aid Groups http://lsntap.org/blogs/developing-social-media-use-policies-legal-aid-groups Logical Social Media Policy 1. Be responsible. 2. Identify yourself. 3. Be civil and respectful.
  19. 19. Creating a Model Privacy Policy for Legal Aid Websites http://lsntap.org/blogs/creating-model-privacy-policy-legal-aid-websites photo by Nelly Martinez, Privacy Policy, Feb 23, 2012 via Flickr, CC BY SA Model Privacy Policy
  20. 20. Inspiring Others
  21. 21. Amazing Others
  22. 22. youtube.com/user/ citpprinceton
  23. 23. Ingress
  24. 24. +
  25. 25. Thanks! Brian@BrianRowe.ORG Credits: Content Brian Rowe CC-BY with credit to: Northwest Justice Project Privacy Keyboard by By g4ll4is CC-BY-SA, Other images often used under fair use or CC as noted Rowe image by Bipolar Images - Geoffrey Gribbin Photography

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