What Does a NetSquared Event Look Like?

Tech Soup Blog

Describing NetSquared events is difficult, because each one focuses on a different topic and has a unique flavor set by the organizing team. There are NetSquared groups in 50 cities who are dedicated to holding events for their local nonprofit technology communities. Check out our newest groups: * [NetSquared Tanzania]([link] in Tanga, Tanzania * [501 Tech Club Austin]([link] in Austin, TX * [Nonprofit Neighbors Tech Club]([link] in Kansas City, MO --> Upcoming Events.

Learn Nonprofit Tech Skills at a NetSquared Meetup

Tech Soup Blog

Every month NetSquared volunteers hold free or low cost educational events for people and organizations who want to use technology for social good. With 50 groups in 20 countries, there's probably a NetSquared group near you (but if there isn't, we'd love to help you start a new meetup ). :-). This is just a taste of the events being held this month by NetSquared chapters. Nonprofit Neighbors Tech Club in Kansas City, Missouri. netsquared event

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NetSquared Goes to 15NTC. And Your Hometown Too

Tech Soup Blog

NetSquared believes in the power of meeting face-to-face in physical space. That's why we're thrilled that NetSquared is joining TechSoup in having a strong presence at this year’s Nonprofit Technology Conference in Austin, Texas. More than 20 NetSquared-affiliated organizers will be at the conference (look for the people wearing NetSquared pins.) Check out our newest groups: NetSquared Tanzania in Tanga, Tanzania. netsquared event

NetSquared Events to Cure Your Social Media Ailments

Tech Soup Blog

NetSquared events come in all shapes and sizes, and we love them all! Check out our newest groups: NetSquared St. Nonprofit Neighbors Tech Club in Kansas City, Missouri. NetSquared Mississauga in Mississauga, Canada. NetSquared Zambia in Lusaka, Zambia. NetSquared Tanzania in Tanga, Tanzania. This roundup of face-to-face nonprofit tech events includes meetups from NetSquared , NTEN's Tech Clubs , HandsOn Tech , DataKind , and more.

The Deep Learning When Nonprofit Techies Get Together

Tech Soup Blog

NetSquared DC's Roshani Kothari on why she loves NetSquared. I had the chance to connect with more than 25 NetSquared organizers during the week, and that face-to-face time was a powerful reminder of the deep learning that happens when nonprofit techies get together in a room. There are NetSquared groups in 50 cities who are dedicated to holding events for their local nonprofit technology communities. Or, apply today to start your own NetSquared group.

Finding a Community of Nonprofit Technology Experts

Tech Soup Blog

TechSoup's NetSquared is the world's largest volunteer-driven network of in-person nonprofit technology training and peer support events. Check out NetSquared's year in review , and discover what topics are most popular with our attendees and how NetSquared organizers are creating communities of practice for TechSoup members. Most NetSquared organizers now have a peer mentor. To find your closest group, search for your city on the NetSquared website.

Start Your September with New Tech Skills

Tech Soup Blog

If there isn't a group nearby, we'll help you start your own NetSquared group. What have NetSquared groups been up to recently? NetSquared Vancouver** shares [slides and videos]([link] from their November event. * The **NetSquared Victoria** team has been investigating [tools for online collaboration]([link] Check out the storify! * This roundup of face-to-face nonprofit tech events includes meetups from NetSquared , NTEN's Tech Clubs , and HandsOn Tech.

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This and That

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

As if you don't get enough of my holding forth here, Marshall Kirkpatrick interviewed me the other day for Techsoup's Netsquared project, and posted it here. Dave King is the acting director of IT at the Kansas City public library. We talked about the work of my company Members Only Software, and how I see emerging Internet technologies impacting the non-profit arena. It was a really enjoyable, rambling conversation.

NpTechTag Summary: Insect Antennae, A Blast from the Past, and More

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Netsquared Technology Innovation Fund which is high on the agenda of this year's Netsquared Conference. But at least they were preserved) An early video from the Riders Conference in Kansas City in 2000 was discovered on Blip.TV. Flickr photo from jhritz NpDigg: The Insect Antennae? npdigg.org , cooked up by the nonprofittech blog , is up and running. It is based on some open source code called Pligg that creates a "digg" like interface.