NYU Guest Lecture: Data for Strategy Building and Storytelling

Amy Sample Ward

Last week I had the huge honor of guest lecturing in Laurel Hart’s class for the masters course in Corporate and Organizational Communications at NYU’s school of continuing studies. presentation storytelling community content data guest lecture metrics nyu

Guest Lecture: NYU – Data and Storytelling

Amy Sample Ward

presentation Presentations from 2011 community content data guest lecture planning storytelling strategyDate : April 28, 2011. Location : New York, NY. Topic : Nonprofits & Social Media. Description : This class is part of the Master of Science in Public Relations and Corporate Communication program at NYU.

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KAUST Winter Enrichment Program 2013: Beginner’s Guide to Social Media

Amy Sample Ward

The course will include a lecture providing insight into the best practices of featured tools, and a hands-on learning component to help participants explore the tools directly on their laptops or in small group facilitated discussions. presentation Presentations from 2013 course kaust lecture middleeast saudi universityDate : January 23, 2013. Location : King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. Topic : A Beginner’s Guide to Social Media.

Day at University of Washington

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Leaders to Legends Breakfast Lecture Series

Day at University of Washington

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Leaders to Legends Breakfast Lecture Series

Evans School hosts Microsoft forum about corporate giving - The Daily of the University of Washington

AFP Blog

Evans School hosts Microsoft forum about corporate giving - The Daily of the University of Washington: "Last night, the Evans School of Public Affairs hosted a forum on corporate social responsibility as part of an ongoing course offered at the Evans School that features lectures from various leaders of business and industry.The lecture featured two representatives from locally based corporate.

Sneak Peek: The Science Behind Engaging Your Supporters

Everyaction

In my free time, I'm a fellow and lecturer at Georgetown, focusing on how to best activate audiences to support causes/nonprofits. If you've been keeping up with EveryAction, you're familiar with our recent development series, "New Year, New Heights." We explored everything from must-have nonprofit reporting tools , tips for upping your email game , direct mail strategies , and most recently using data to improve your major gifts program.

How Video Conference Helps in Education

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

Whether we want to organize webinars, make presentations of content, teach a virtual lecture, invite foreign experts to present topics of interest, answer questions, online, about a task or show our students how to use a web tool or how to perform some Excel formula.

[PODCAST] What’s Next? with Kathleen Janus

NonProfit Hub

Kathleen “Kelly” Janus is a social entrepreneur, author and lecturer at Stanford University’s Program on Social Entrepreneurship. In this episode of What’s Next?, Randy and Kathleen Janus talk about social entrepreneurship and how it can be used to tackle some of society’s grandest problems. Also discussed in this episode is earned income , overhead costs, root-cause initiatives and more.

Trainer’s Tip: Your Room Set Up Can Make or Break the Learning Experience

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

If you are trying to do an interactive lecture, it stops group interaction. You can build your resilience by listening to a lecture! Yesterday, I spent a day facilitating leadership workshops for arts leaders attending the Art House Convergence Conference near Park City, Utah.

Lame spam of the day: boundless online grant applications

Robert Weiner

I cling on to listening to the newscast lecture about receiving boundless online grant applications so I have been looking around for the finest site to get one. I was struck by the language in this spammy blog comment. My first thought was that "boundless" online grant applications meant "endless", which would be horrifying. But maybe they mean "for unlimited amounts of money".

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How to Maintain Strong Leadership in Your Organization

NonProfit Hub

Yes, things like training materials, conferences and lectures are helpful, but they’re inefficient on their own.

Back to School: New Tech for the Classroom of the Future

Byte Technology

Online resource EdSurge has even compiled a five-point list for educators to help understand and begin merging VR into their lectures and lab exercises as well as how to create their own custom-made videos as supplements to their normal teaching routines.

Receiving the 2011 CASE Award for Enterprising Social Innovation

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

As part of receiving the ESI Award, I was thrilled to deliver the 2011 Annual ESI Lecture and to meet the Fuqua School’s community. I hope that in my lecture, I convince my listeners, especially students, that they don’t need technology degrees to succeed in high tech.

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Responsibility is in their sites / Web entrepreneurs have an eye on social need -- not personal greed

AFP Blog

In the process, they are creating a hybrid which is the best of those polar opposites,' said Paul Frankel, an investor who lectures on social entrepreneurship at UC Berkeley's Haas School of Responsibility is in their sites / Web entrepreneurs have an eye on social need -- not personal greed: "In some senses, these entrepreneurs are fusing '60s consciousness and activism with '80s market savvy.

Caltech: Founding Values

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Richard Feynman once tried to reduce an advanced physics concept to a freshman lecture. The first lecture I heard as a freshman at Caltech was delivered by Feynman on the topic of liquid helium three, and I was certain he did understand the topic!

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Why Your Social Media Efforts Aren’t Working

SocialFish

Fusionmex lecture #103. This great slide deck By Olivier Blanchard from FusionMex, where Jamie spoke recently , is chock full of what you need to know about why your social media efforts are stalling. Tak a few minutes to read through this – then read through it again.

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How data visualization brings numbers to life

SocialFish

“ More about this programme : Hans Rosling’s famous lectures combine enormous quantities of public data with a sport’s commentator’s style to reveal the story of the world’s past, present and future development.

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AI for Nonprofits and Social Good: Link Roundup

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

She was also interviewed on the City Arts and Lectures podcast recently and well worth a listen. Allison Fine and I have been actively researching and writing about AI for Social Good and Nonprofits.

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Public speaking for change

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

I originally started this blog as a way to keep more of our Benetech team aware of what was going on with me and other team members (through guest blogs) while on our travels. Many of us spend a big chunk of our time on the road rather than in the office, and it's good to share some of the reasons our office chairs are often empty! Speaking publicly is an important part of our work.

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Take the Break: Recruiting College Students for Spring Recess Volunteering

Byte Technology

Indeed, a spring break sojourn was, and is, a de rigueur part of the university experience as much as dorm rooms, lecture halls and frat parties.

Digital Analytics Basics: Free Online Academy from Google

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

It incorporates many different ideas aligned with how people learn and how they learn best by moving away from the lecture and lecture notes and encouraging students to engage with their peers as they learn.

Being Open and Personal – Joining the Museum Trends of 2015

Connection Cafe

A great way to get started and bring a wider audience to your doorstep is by broadcasting lectures through YouTube and Slideshare or posting articles online. Review the IP status of your collection and the permissions related to broadcasting lectures and workshops.

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Online Experiences Need Interaction

SocialFish

Raise your hand if you enjoy 60-90 minute lectures. Live Q&A- Have you ever sat through a 60 minute lecture and walked away with no questions? Now keep them up if you love listening to others speak, without being able to ask questions or share your ideas.

Flexible Space: The Secret To Designing Powerful Training

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The instructional design included different delivery methods: interactive lecture with slides and whiteboard, facilitation with sticky notes, small group exercises, posters, group discussion, self-directed activities, and self-directed online activities.

Nonprofit Technology Training: Book List

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Interactive Lectures by Sivasailam Thiagarajan. If you teach in higher education, you most likely will find yourself having to deliver a lecture. This book gives lots of methods to become a more effective trainer by ditching the lecture format.

The Road to Accessibility without Borders: Celebrating the One-Year Anniversary of the Marrakesh Treaty

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One year ago, on June 28, 2013, at a diplomatic conference in Marrakesh, Morocco, the World Intellectual Property Organization ( WIPO ) agreed on a historic international copyright exception for people with print disabilities.

Giving 2.0: The MOOC Launches Today: Sign Up for Free

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The lectures are brief, fun conversations in the forums, and worksheets are great. Giving 2.0: The MOOC , is a Stanford University-sponsored FREE online course intended to teach givers of all ages, backgrounds, incomes and experiences to give more effectively.

Trainer’s Notebook: The Importance of Hands-On Learning

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

If you are trying to do an interactive lecture, it stops group interaction.

A reflection from two talks

NCE Social Media

Social Media and Fundraising – Guest Lecture at Point Park University from Dave Tinker, CFRE. In the past week I’ve given two talks to two different groups on the same subject – social media and fundraising. The first group was a group of 32 professionals who work or volunteer for nonprofit organizations through the Foundation Center located at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.

Building Loyalty Through a Different Kind of Membership Program

Connection Cafe

Here are just a few activities that could earn members points: Buying a membership. Volunteering. Attending a lecture or event. Renewing a membership early. Completing a visitor survey and offer feedback. Making a purchase in the gift shop.

Social Learning Resources

SocialFish

10 New Ways Twitter Is Changing The College Lecture. I unfortunately missed my favorite Twitter chat last week, #swchat (Social Workplace Chat) but I always read the accompanying summary blog post and check out the resources.

From Prospective Student to Active Alumni: Engagement Fosters Lifelong Support

Connection Cafe

He attended various alumni lectures and could see the impact that donors made at the university. Start Early and Never Stop Engaging . When you hear the name of your alma mater , what feelings bubble up? What keeps you engaged? .

New on SSIR: Slacktivism, the gateway to change?

Amy Sample Ward

I recently did a guest lecture at The New School on the topic, I’ve had countless conversations with colleagues and friends, and I’ve been capturing ideas and questions to myself on scraps of paper everywhere. My guest lecture notes cover the first point, and today I want to share a few ideas about slacktivism as a gateway to change. My latest post is up on the Stanford Social Innovation Review – you can read it and join the conversation at SSIR or read the repost below.

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Social Enterprise and the Small Business Administration

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Author Andrew Wolk, a Senior Lecturer at MIT on Social Entrepreneurship, focused much of his discussion around the concept of how social enterprises were a socially useful response to market failure. Benetech was recently featured in a report to the President (of the U.S.) on small business. There was a chapter in the report entitled Social Entrepreneurship and Government, and Benetech was one of the case studies used (see pages 36-37).

The Best Adult Learning is Social Learning

SocialFish

It uses approaches to learning that are problem-based and collaborative rather than didactic or rooted in lecture, and also emphasizes more equality between the instructor and the learner.”). Aaron Wolowiec (who’s recently launched EventGarde LLC , a brand new consulting firm for meetings and educational strategy) has a MUST READ post on adult learning principles and andragogy (which “places value on the process of learning.

4 Reasons Why Cause Camp Isn’t Your Average Nonprofit Conference

NonProfit Hub

Here, unlike most nonprofit conferences, you’ll find so much more than run-of-the-mill speaker lectures, cheap coffee and goodie bags filled with pencils. Cause Camp 2019 is just one month away! We’re so excited to unite all the best people, resources and ideas the sector has to offer under one roof. It’s about something deeper—it’s about you and your organization, and your Cause Camp experience informs every decision we make.

Peeragogy: Self Organized Peer Learning in Networks

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

On Monday, Rheingold delivered the UC’s Regents Lecture , “Social Media and Peer Learning: From Mediated Pedagogy to Peeragogy” prior to working with a group of students in a seminar and launching a process to co-construct a peeragogy handbook/sourcebook. Photo by Aussiegal.

New Benetech board member, Robert Wexler

Beneblog: Technology Meets Society

Rob is also a lecturer at Stanford Law School where he teaches the Law of Nonprofit Organizations. Our Nonprofit Legal Expert Continues to Offer Wise Advice My last post mentioned our recent Benetech board meeting. This seemed like a great moment to introduce our newest board member, Robert Wexler. Rob has a deep understanding of what makes nonprofits successful. He’s a principal at Adler & Colvin, San Francisco's top law firm specializing in nonprofit law.

The 2016 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar

EveryAction

Its 45 workshops, seminars and lectures explore internal and external strategies, systems, methods, best practices and successful examples.

Nonprofit Book Review: Social Startup Success – A Must Read for 2018

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Not too long, I had the pleasure of “walking The Dish” with Kathleen Kelly Janus, a social entrepreneur, author, and lecturer at Stanford University’s Program on Social Entrepreneurship.

Reflections on a Decade of Designing and Facilitating Interactive Webinars

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Recent research and teaching practice shows that the lecture is a less effective teaching tool. The point is to keep the lecturing or “push” content to the limits of the human attention span and look for opportunities for sharing and interaction.

What I Didn't Learn in School: Diane Ragsdale's Crash Course on Beauty and Aesthetic Values

Museum 2.0

The course is roughly split into two parts: defining beauty (both universally and relationally, through "big idea" texts, videos, museum visits, and artist lectures), and exploring beauty (through encounters in formal art contexts and the wider world).