Communicators with Ross, Losh, and Bladow
Interviews from the GOV 2.0 Summit held at the Washington Convention Center in Washington DC in May of this year. Denice Ross talked… read more
Interviews from the GOV 2.0 Summit held at the Washington Convention Center in Washington DC in May of this year.
Denice Ross talked about her Center’s use of maps and community data in the days leading up to and after Hurricane Katrina.
Elizabeth Losh talked about the unintended consequences of putting out information in the name of government transparency.
Kate Bladow talked about how courts and the legal community use technology to help out those who cannot afford lawyers.
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*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Kate Bladow Project Coordinator ProBono.Net->LawHelp Interactive
- Elizabeth Losh Professor University of California, Irvine
- Denice Ross Deputy Director Greater New Orleans Community Data Center
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