A2J Author® 4.0 Released

March 1, 2011 at 9:37 pm Leave a comment

A2J Author® is a free software product designed to help low-income individuals to furnish legal tasks without the help of lawyers. The software is developed and maintained by Center for Access to Justice & Technology (CAJT) at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law, in partnership with the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI).

Recently a new version  A2J Author® 4 was revealed. New features are added and others are improved to make the product more user friendly:

  • “a save and resume feature which enables users to continue interviews at the point at which they had exited
  • a scroll bar for text bubbles that gives users the option of lengthening or shortening questions, explanations or lists of options
  • the ability for users -– especially those with limited literacy skills and impaired hearing -– to adjust the volume, start, stop and rewind controls of audio and visual clips
  • the ability to enlarge the text size in A2J Guided Interviews®
  • calendar and calculator features that help ensure accuracy and make it easier and more efficient for users to complete questions.”

Download A2J Author® 4.0 here

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Entry filed under: Access to Justice, IT, USA.

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