Past trainings and events
PLE Learning Exchange Symposium – June 1, 2015: We’re pleased to announce that we will be hosting another day of this discussion this year. We’re looking forward to sharing experiences with and learning from others who are working to increase understanding of legal rights within communities across Ontario. For more information on our plan for the day and how to let us know if you’ll be coming, please click here.
Helping library users find good legal information – A webinar for library staff across Ontario
This webinar, provided by CLEO, is designed for library staff who help library users find legal information. It will provide tools and strategies for helping library users find accurate, accessible legal information to begin to address their legal issues. 1 hours 15 minutes in duration. Presented by Michelle Cader of CLEO. (March 31, 2015)
Helping your clients find good legal information – A presentation to the Credit Counselling Society of Canada
This webinar provides tools and strategies for helping your clients find accurate, accessible legal information to begin to address their legal issues. It covers the following topics: CLEO’s online and print information; how to find specific legal information through CLEO; working through consumer law case scenarios to find online legal information. (March 7, 2015)
Better legal information: the how-to’s of plain language – the sequel. This webinar explores practical techniques to create easy-to-understand legal information for the public. (August 13, 2014)
Better Legal Information: The How-To’s of Plain Language
This one-hour webinar looks at practical techniques to create easy-to-understand legal information for the public. (March 6, 2014)
Using online tools to help us assess our PLE work
This one-hour webinar looks at how to use a number of free or low-cost online tools to acquire data to measure your impact and align your key performance indicators or KPIs. (October 24, 2013)
Making an Impact: Public Legal Education in Canada Conference
Legal and community workers from across Canada met at the annual PLEAC (Public Legal Education Association of Canada) conference. Participants showcased innovative PLE projects and shared promising practices in communication, collaboration, design, and research and evaluation. (October 2012)
PLEI Connect webinars
PLEI Connect is a national initiative that facilitates and delivers webinars and web labs to demonstrate how technology can be applied to create, deliver and evaluate public legal education and information. View their archived webinars in our PLE and Technology section.
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