logging in or signing up 2013 MARCH LOUISIANA PRO BONO NET NEWS sllspowerpoints Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 25 Category: Others/ Misc License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: March 13, 2013 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript PowerPoint Presentation: This is your Louisiana Pro Bono Net newsletter. Listen to the audio track, or just read the text on each screen. In a hurry? Click your mouse or hit the Enter key to zip through the screens. See the e-mail that sent you this presentation for live links to items mentioned in this edition.PowerPoint Presentation: Facing a sea of information? Here’s how to find what you are looking for in the probono.net/la library.PowerPoint Presentation: The online Civil Law Library of probono.net/la is vast. It’s good to have so much to choose from so long as you can find your way. Here are some tips.PowerPoint Presentation: Step one: go to www.probono.net/la . Log in.PowerPoint Presentation: Can’t remember your password? The site will send it to you.PowerPoint Presentation: Enter the e-mail address you used to subscribe with and the system will e-mail your password to you.PowerPoint Presentation: Step two: go to the Civil Law page (red outline) and select Library from the ribbon near the top of the page.PowerPoint Presentation: There are at least three ways to search the online library. Folders! Topics! Advanced search – not as hard as it sounds!PowerPoint Presentation: The library opens automatically to display resources in folders. The most general way to search for resources is to scroll down the list of folders to find the one that relates to your topic.PowerPoint Presentation: Method Two: You can also search by topic by clicking “topic.”PowerPoint Presentation: Now you will see a more detailed list of subjects and subtopics. The number in parentheses shows how many items are in the library about that topic or subtopic.PowerPoint Presentation: Method Three: the search box and the Advanced Search function.PowerPoint Presentation: Entering a search term alone will scour the entire site for items that include the word or term, and you may have to dig through many results. This is not the best way to use the site’s search function. Go to “Advanced Search.”PowerPoint Presentation: On the Advanced Search page you can enter a search term and narrow the search by topic, by area of site or by when the item was posted.PowerPoint Presentation: Here are examples.PowerPoint Presentation: This month’s tech tip!PowerPoint Presentation: Clear skies: good. Clear writing: good. The first one is up to Mother Nature. The second one is up to you. Want help? Check out the “Online Plain Language Gadget” from WriteClearly.org.PowerPoint Presentation: Paste some text here. The gadget will tell you how easy it is to read. Thank you to LSTNAP for this tip.PowerPoint Presentation: Stay tuned for the next edition. New items for your online practice library. Tech tips. More.PowerPoint Presentation: You received this mailing because you belong to Probono.net/la, Louisiana’s online resource for lawyers and advocates serving the public interest. These mailings highlight material on the site. Please share your ideas. For questions, comments or requests to discontinue receipt of this e-mail: write email@example.com. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.