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4 Ways Nonprofits Can Start Using AI in 2024

Nonprofit Tech for Good

Along with access to the latest version, ChatGPT 4 Turbo, which is the most intelligent model available at the time of writing, it also provides access to an array of additional tools. 2) Master the Art of Prompting Prompting is the language we use to communicate with Large Language Models (LLMs) like ChatGPT.

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Build a Digital Ecology–Promote IT Collaboration Across Your Organization

.orgSource

To become a digital business everyone in the organization must use their IT tools to collaborate. Executives who defer this responsibility convey the idea that digital thinking and collaboration are not a priority. I try to be very clear that no one is exempt from learning and mastering new skills.”

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Volunteer Week: Orientation for Your Leadership

Greater Giving

Make it a Collaborative Learning Experience Instead of a traditional lecture, consider an interactive workshop format. This, in turn, allows us to create a more impactful and sustainable model for achieving our missions. Examples include who is in charge of volunteers at events, and how to thank volunteers for their service.

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Digital Analytics Basics: Free Online Academy from Google

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

There is also an online community learners where you can connect with others to help with your learning. And, of course, it includes some learning analytics (A pre and post test and your progress is measured along the way). It sounds like they have adapted the Khan Academy model.

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How To Focus When You Work in An Open Office Space

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The Gensler study suggests that employees need four different work areas to be productive: focus, collaborate, learn, and socialize. Such spaces offer great benefits for collaboration, transparency, knowledge sharing, learning, creativity, and team building. Based on what I observed and heard, yes!

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London Net Tuesday January - Resolutions for Learning

Amy Sample Ward

The first of the year is resolution time, so this will be a chance to make resolutions about your learning, and get quality feedback about how to make them happen! 6:15-7:00 - Learning discussion groups & idea sharing. 7:00-7:20 - Collaborative learning grid & wrap up. Agenda : 5:30-6:00 - Networking.

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A Blueprint to Building a New Model of Community Care

Saleforce Nonprofit

We made a “playbook” outlining our systems and platforms and shared it so that our program model could be duplicated in other areas. Each new program our team launches relies upon the collective impact and organizing power of a number of organizations and collaborators. We need your help and collaboration.