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Building our Membership Knowledge Base

Wild Apricot Blog

We're conducting an online survey to find out what topics we should address in our Membership Knowledge Hub this Fall. Membership Knowledge HubWe hope you'll participate!

7 Habits of Highly Successful Technology Partnerships

Connection Cafe

Look for a partner who has refined their approach over time and brings a wide knowledge base informed by past successes.

How to Encourage a Knowledge Sharing Culture

NTEN

Knowledge sharing adds another layer of social media value to the organization, a feedback loop for your social media efforts, an integrated approach to being social. Debra Askanase. Partner. Socialbrite. Social media cannot thrive in silos. Instead of siloing information, turn it around.

Exact Target’s 50 Emailing Tips and Stats for 2014 Reduced to Three Key Takeaways

Connection Cafe

subject lines) before building your knowledge-base utilizing testing frameworks. 33% of email recipients open email based on subject line alone. I love a good list and, I suspect you do, too. However, even the best of lists can sometimes feel a little long. More on that here from Scott Gilman). Litmus ). TopRankBlog ).

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SOPA, PIPA, and the Wikipedia blackout: what it means for associations.

SocialFish

Even if the website is not based in the US. I’m confused. Only questions. For the purpose of this post I’ll focus on SOPA. Doomsday.)

Is your Organization Capable of Unorthodox Thinking?

SocialFish

The New Competence of the Knowledge Age. The 21 st century requires thinking that is no longer linear. Sermo did. No longer is it additive.

10 Must-Have Skills for Nonprofit New Media Managers

Nonprofit Tech for Good

HTML Knowledge. It’s rare that any web-based activity lasts longer than 30 minutes. Knowledge. Creative Thinking. Experience.

Apply for the Technology Leadership Academy by March 1st

NTEN

I was initially very timid, because my knowledge base was low, but feel much more adept as a result of the Academy. Many, many thanks!

Mission Blog: A New Tool for You

AFP Blog

One of the changes added was our new Knowledge Base. Mission Blog: A New Tool for You: "A New Tool for YouRecently our updated website went live, sprucing up our presentation. It looks great!One The format is still evolving. Our commitment is to keep growing and refining the content so that it becomes an ever better resource for you

Leveraging LinkedIn to Prospect for Your Nonprofit

NTEN

And, some may even want to become involved by contributing to your cause, sharing knowledge, experience, or contacts, and/or financially. an Internet knowledge base addressing online business issues - as of March 1, LinkedIn has the fourth highest number of estimated unique monthly visitors. Leadership NPTech NTEN

The importance of professional development in the nonprofit sector

ASU Lodestar Center

Additional training to individuals can also assist in expanding their knowledge on certain subjects that may be beneficial to them in the future.

Never Stop Learning

ASU Lodestar Center

One of the ways I am trying to improve professionally is to increase my knowledge and ability regarding Social Media. posted by. Do I tweet?

2011 NTC Preview: Going Online for Capacity Mapping and Resource Matching: The Big Picture

NTEN

You need a lot of information and resources from different knowledge bases, to answer questions such as: Are there already groups within a ten-mile radius that have experience in creating community gardens? How can online tools help a project succeed? It’s an unincorporated community group with no employees, no assets, and no funding.

How to License Hyper-V on Windows 2008

Tech Soup Blog

Petri IT Knowledge Base, an excellent IT resource from Microsoft MVP in Israel, posted a plain-English post on Windows 2008 licensing concerns when using Hyper-V technology. Definitely bookmark-worthy if you are planning on virtualizing in the near future using this technology.

Webinar Recap: Roadmap to Microsoft Training Resources

Tech Soup Blog

From basic-level trainings on different office productivity suites to more advanced Microsoft Certification-level and server courses, there are a host of training materials, online courses, and knowledge-base resources available. We wrapped up this fantastic webinar with Microsoft yesterday. read more.

Wiki Adoption in Organizations

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

In addition to specific software, there were some general tips and considerations discussed: Wikis are good for creating a knowledge base or encyclopedia. I love the slideshow from the good folks from Atlassian Software www.atlassian.com. It gives me another opportunity to thank Jeffrey S. A facilitator may also be useful.

Visit to Qatar

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

My proposal was on ensuring that all of humanity benefits from the incredible knowledge and technology. Mada means "horizon" in Arabic.

Build a Nonprofit’s Technology Assets from the Ground Up, Part 1 of 4

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Programming requires some computer science background and you can be somewhat assured that that person can adequately morph their knowledge base to whatever IT task is at hand. UPDATE: This is now a four-part series instead of two. The next installment will appear on 2/18/2009. That’s the nature of how nonprofits work. Mission.

5 Microsoft Word Features and Tips

Tech Soup Blog

While there are pages and pages of keyboard shortcuts and tips posted around the web in articles and knowledge bases, we'll start by focusing on 5 that we think may be particularly useful to nonprofit and library users. Building Blocks. read more. Tools

Sun Microsystems and San Francisco's McKinley Elementary School

Tech Soup Blog

While it's recognized that a strong information and communications technology (ICT) foundation is crucial to flourish in a knowledge-based economy, these same school districts often lack the basic resources to ensure that our next generation has those ICT skills and tools. read more.

Resource Roundup 12/11 | Idealware

Idealware

ICT Hub Knowledge Base - CMSs, Online Collaboration Tools, more (ICT Hub) LASAs ICT Hub Knowledge Base is publishing great nonprofit tech articles faster than we can keep up. Web 2.0 in Nonprofits (The Bamboo Project) Another roundup of web 2.0 Web 2.0 tools, and what mainstream marketers think of their potential.

Don't let Knowledge Walk Out the Door

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

In a recent post I sounded off about needless complexity in Information Systems and pointed out how it creates, among other problems, a huge knowledge burden: it gets more and more difficult for anyone to understand the system. A key staff member quitting like this really exposes a knowledge gap.

Growing Organizational Knowledge

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

In the last post I talked about the difficulties we see organizations have in managing knowledge. Writing takes time. But where would that be?

Cambodia Bloggers Summit: Social Media Role Play, Social Media Game, and Angkun - Seeds of the Future

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

There was not enough of a knowledge base of the Web2.0 tools and ideas. If there was all-day instruction on the Web 2.0 workshop.

Interview with NetSquared project manager Mark Liu: Part 1

Michael Stein's Non-profit Technology Blog

I'm sure last week's TechSoup forum on web2.0 that got me back in touch with Mark Liu, who lived in the room directly above me in Bexley Hall in 1968.

The NpTech Mashup Meme

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

For example, recently on the UK Riders list there was a thread about tech support knowledge base software. or Beth5.0 Thankfully there???s

Meet ThaRum: Cambodia's Second Most Famous Blogger

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

In another point, it empowers Cambodia to be a knowledge-based and democratic society. on Beth's Blog in August, 2004.

Guest Post: Nell Taylor on the Chicago Underground Library

Museum 2.0

Last month, I got a chance to talk with Nell Taylor, founder of the Chicago Underground Library. Geography is fluid, though.

Game Friday: Treating Players Like Experts

Museum 2.0

I read a description this week of a new hidden object game that is based in a Mayan archeological dig. But those are skill-based games.

Build a Nonprofit’s Technology Assets from the Ground Up, Part 1 of 2

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Programming requires some computer science background and you can be somewhat assured that that person can adequately morph their knowledge base to whatever IT task is at hand. Hat tip to Sonny Cloward for suggesting that nonprofits should have a Maslow’s hierarchy of needs when it came to implementing nonprofit technology.

Intentions… | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

I hope to present topics of particular concern to American non-profit IT directors so that I can help flatten the learning curve for others in the industry and in the hopes that others will add their input into my knowledge base so that I too can improve my own skills. 4) Yahoo! How relevant was this post to you? (No Be nice. No spam.

Jon Husband, Guest Post: The New Realities of Engagement – Stories That Drive Action Planning and Implementation

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Much of what we know now is the new model, but our knowledge is Implicit. knowledgeable about semantic computing processes. True change.

Social Actions: 9 Goals for 2009

Social Actions

In the case of Social Actions, we have inadvertently developed a tremendous knowledge-base about the evolving online tools, best practices, and statistical trends that are transforming philanthropy and online social activism. Below are the 9 goals Social Actions has set for itself in 2009. the philanthropic web. Fasten your seat belts.

Social Actions: 9 Goals for 2009

Social Actions

In the case of Social Actions, we have inadvertently developed a tremendous knowledge-base about the evolving online tools, best practices, and statistical trends that are transforming philanthropy and online social activism. Below are the 9 goals Social Actions has set for itself in 2009. the philanthropic web. Fasten your seat belts.

Nonprofit Social Media Smarts: Internal or External Social Networking Tools?

NTEN

Additionally, your online community can serve as a place for staff, board members and volunteers to share knowledge around the clock. . First, look to your larger donor and member base, and select a group of pilot users. The community should serve as a knowledge base for them to communicate with other members, donors and staff.

Biting the Hand - Conclusion

Idealware

After evaluating the needs, I bought the standard edition, which supported message storageup to 16GB (Our Groupwise message base took up about 4GB). Frantic, I went to Google instead of the knowledge base and searched. This is the final post in a three part series on Microsoft. Huh? A couple of days later, same thing. What!?