Two sessions at the 2009 Court Technology Conference in September feature Web-savvy panelists who want to look at YOUR site and share some insights. Really!If you wish to read more and respond to Pam please go to THIS LINK. A short six-question survey form is available there if you want to volunteer.
And it costs you nothing, beyond the courage to be analyzed before an audience of your peers.
Have a look at the sessions below and submit your site by Friday, Sept. 4, if you would like to be considered for review. Both sessions are designed with theory and best practices up front -- how the sites we review are getting it right and/or how they could improve.
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
CTC-2009 session panelists NCSC Web Content Editor/Manager, Pam Burton is asking for volunteers for a review of your courts website. They write:
The Court Technology Bulletin received a press release from Justice Served announcing the 2009 winners of their Top 10 Court Website Awards. To see the awards with links to the winners websites go to: http://justiceserved.com/top10sites.cfm