[technology taskforce] Topics for 2015 Technology Show and Tell
Beran Gillen - Yahoo
berangillen at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 1 17:38:30 UTC 2015
This sounds really good. Am up for the challenge
"There is nothing more difficult to arrange and more dangerous to carry through than initiating change..." Machiavelli
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> On 1 Jan 2015, at 16:30, Glenn McKnight <mcknight.glenn at gmail.com> wrote:
> I was reviewing the NTN 15 Technology conference agenda and I came across an idea by one of the speakers.
> It's a Technology Solution Show and Tell session and it might be fun to get everyone involved in our discussion.
> I have cut and pasted his description of the session. I intend to participate at the session and speak about our CIVICRM solution for the Internet Society of Canada
> Here it is
> This is a crowdsourced session. Participants are given up to 5 minutes to share one tool that they use which is valuable to their non-profit communication / fundraising / community management life.
> It can be a CRM, communication tool, fundraising platform, some social media magicsauce or other clever web tool that helped further your mission, cause or execute your work. The goal is to learn of other tools and techniques, and connect people that may be using similar solutions to build a network of peer support.
> Participants will vote anonymously for a "I'm totally doing that" prize winner. Speakers
> Chad Leaman
> Director of Development and Moodler at Large, Neil Squire Society
> I'm passionate about how technology can be used for social change. I primarily work for a non-profit organization the Neil Squire Society. We use technology and skills training to empower people with physical disabilities. I also work with Lambda Solutions, a certified Moodle Partner. I volunteer with NetTuesday, where we host free monthly workshops to connect social change makers with technology best practices
> Glenn McKnight
> mcknight.glenn at gmail.com
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