This summer, with the support of a Donner Foundation fellowship, I developed web pages for Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO) that connect Ontario nonprofits to existing legal information on incorporation, maintenance, and governance. This article is about the process of creating those pages. My hope is that others will use the process in areas of law where legal information exists online, but is: overwhelming in quantity, difficult to find, and/or scattered.
Pitching the Project: The Pragmatic and Philosophical Justifications of Curation
Before anyone can start the project, somebody needs to be convinced it’s worthy of scarce resources. Why not . . . [more]