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The need for assessment

Are you designing a training program for community intermediaries to help reach your target audience? No matter how well you know your target audience, it’s important to take the time to conduct a needs assessment before you start to design program content.

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Better legal information

Survey savvy

Surveys and questionnaires are cost-effective tools to assess public legal education and information (PLE) needs in your community or to evaluate a training session. However, any survey is only as valuable as the number of responses you get from it.

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Better legal information

Advice about acronyms

Did you know that the word “laser” started off as an acronym for “light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation”?

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Better legal information

Put your materials to the test

The best way to find out if your information will be useful to your target audience is to “field test” it – or ask them what they think of it before you complete the project. No room in your budget to hire a company to run focus groups? Here are some suggestions for cheap and cheerful ways to test your PLE materials.

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Legal information and technology

Less can be more

Ever find yourself leaving a web page because the amount of information there seemed overwhelming? You’re not alone.

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