Live From Washington: ILTA '09
If you can't get yourself to ILTA, ILTA is getting itself to you. The International Legal Technology Association is holding its annual meeting this week near Washington, D.C. True to its character, it is enabling those who cannot attend in person to participate virtually. The deskbound among us can get a taste of the goings-on at ILTA in any of four ways:
- Live broadcasts. ILTA and the knowledge-management company ii3 are cooperating to produce ILTA TV, a combination of live broadcasts and recorded roundtables delivered straight from the convention floor.
- Live webcasts. Several conference sessions will be broadcast through live webcasts. Viewing one, however, will cost you $50. More information about the webcasts can be found on this page.
- Virtual exhibit hall. The company LegalQB.com is providing ILTA with a virtual exhibit hall. Browse a map of the exhibitors and click on any one to learn more about the company or schedule a contact. Free registration is required to use this feature. ILTA's site has more information about how to register.
- Tweets and blogs. Twitter users can follow the official conference tweets from @ilta09 and can follow other ILTA tweets by searching the hashtag #ilta09. There is also an official conference blog.
No doubt any number of bloggers are in attendance. If you are blogging from ILTA, add a comment below and let us know.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on August 24, 2009 at 02:45 PM | Permalink
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