Do you want to confirm that your projects are meeting the needs of your users? How do you know your project is hitting the mark?
The Justice Education Society has been delivering legal education and producing legal help websites for the public for the last 30 years. They strive to make their websites and services user-centered.
Do you have a community-based program and have no tangible metrics to describe how great it is? Not sure on how best to proceed with a required evaluation?
This webinar provides an introduction to participatory evaluation for community organizations. It walks through key evaluation steps and provide practical tips and tricks using examples from community project evaluations across Canada.
Access to Justice Week (A2J Week) brings together a range of justice sector stakeholders to develop meaningful, public-centred solutions that advance systemic change in the justice system. OJEN is pleased to support A2J Week in 2021 with activities for students, teachers, community workers, and legal professionals. To learn more about A2J Week events in Ontario,Read more
As we move into another year of online programming, our speakers present best practices, tips, and lessons learned on how to create and host a good legal information webinar in 2022. The speakers address the following three main questions:
What are the key considerations for preparing a webinar?
What are the best ways to keep attendees engaged during a webinar?