Peer to Peer Magazine

March 2011

The quarterly publication of the International Legal Technology Association

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inside iLTA Popular Webinars Now Available Did you miss one of our popular webinars? We offer PowerPoint presentations and LiveMeeting recordings of all our webinars, which you can access on our website. Just go to the Recordings area from the main navigation bar to find content for viewing and downloading. Here are some recent webinars that garnered rave reviews: Social Learning — A Collaborative Learning Experience Learning is about connecting people, encouraging ongoing knowledge transfer and allowing learners to focus their attention in areas that provide the highest return on their personal learning investment. Social media provide new ways to communicate, connect and learn. See where we can incorporate social learning into our programs. DropThings: A Killer, Open Source Alternative to SharePoint Are you looking to spice up your intranet with something new, different, exciting and engaging? Would you like an easy way to link to external RSS feeds, and to have end users (outside of IT) edit content without knowing any HTML? Would you like to pay almost nothing for the software license that enables this possibility? Learn more about the new intranet made possible by Open Source software. Word 2010 Numbering Under the Microscope Sit in on the investigation of numbering in both Word 2007 and Word 2010. You’ll hear about resolutions, workarounds and best practices for new and existing work product, as well as tips to increase the feature’s predictable use. 2010 AmLaw 100 Websites: Ten Foundational Best Practices — Highlights of the 2010 Research It has been three years since the AmLaw 100 firms’ websites have been reviewed. The results of the 2010 research can help law firms benchmark their websites against those of the largest firms in the world. In addition, it gives firms useful data on how to enrich the website experience for their visitors in very specific ways, and the motivation to view their sites more strategically. 104 Peer to Peer ILTA’S CORE VALUES • Maximize the value of technology in support of the legal profession • Provide quality, independent, unbiased and accurate information to our members about technology and the practice of law • Maintain vendor independence • Provide quality educational opportunities for our members and ongoing learning for navigating through change • Foster, rely on and celebrate volunteers for their real-world experience and their value as a resource for colleagues • Recruit and retain the highest caliber of professional staff • Act as a vehicle for meaningful peer networking • Respect our colleagues • Commit to the highest standard of professionalism • Maintain a financially sound organization that provides full value for the members’ investments • Promote member advocacy with vendors regarding product development and support • Recognize that ILTA is a volunteer-governed organization managed by a professional staff STATEMENT OF PURPOSE ILTA is the premier peer networking organization, providing information to members to maximize the value of technology in support of the legal profession.

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