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Nonprofits Live Recap: Online Collaboration

Tech Soup Blog

The October edition of Nonprofits Live examined the topic of online collaboration. Online collaborating requires an extra dose of the same skills we use when we collaborate in person and a number of tools to bridge the physical distance between collaborators.

Nonprofits Live: Collaborative Storytelling Recap

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kicked off with a special edition of Nonprofits Live on the topic of collaborative storytelling. Collaborative storytelling refers to working with a team, sometimes distributed, to produce video. Starting a Collaborative Project. A production grid is easy to produce in a collaborative tool like Google Docs and is easily shared via email or file sharing. Borman's experience has taught her that team building is important to collaborative storytelling.

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Comparing Google Apps to Microsoft Outlook

Idealware

Like Microsoft Exchange, it provides email, calendar and basic contact-management services, while Google Docs—another component of Google Apps—provides file-sharing. It facilitates a library of uploaded documents which can be slow to access and often redundant with a file server. If allowing multiple people to update documents over time is important, Google Docs provides much smoother support. PublishDate: July 2011. Author: Laura S. Quinn. Jay Leslie.

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The Social Sector Cloud

NTEN

Chances are you probably already do this with Yahoo Mail or Google Docs or Flickr or Salesforce or Twitter or Facebook. Some of the benefits of cloud computing are obvious - many of the programs noted above are free (that's good), version upgrades are instantaneous and don't require you to contact an IT department and you can access your files from any computer. Tags: cloud computing Collaboration Infrastructure lucy bernholz Mobile Newsletter NPTech NTEN Web Sites Program

The Social Sector Cloud

NTEN

Chances are you probably already do this with Yahoo Mail or Google Docs or Flickr or Salesforce or Twitter or Facebook. Some of the benefits of cloud computing are obvious - many of the programs noted above are free (that's good), version upgrades are instantaneous and don't require you to contact an IT department and you can access your files from any computer. Tags: cloud computing Collaboration Infrastructure lucy bernholz Mobile Newsletter NPTech NTEN Web Sites Program

Crazy for the Tools

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This may be you, or a bit of you; I'm often collaborating with folks, including other staff here at Database Designs, who slice up the tool pie differently. I'm not going to use anything that requires Windows and I favor things that work in any browser and sit in the cloud, are easy to get other people, including less technical working with and collaborating on. Collaborative Files I couldn't get through my day without Dropbox , which I have blogged about before.

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