New Tutorial: How to Get Started with the Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center

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Over the past months, TechSoup has been answering the call from the community to provide short, video tutorials on topics of interest to nonprofits and libraries. Some of these videos have included tutorials on the eligibility and registration process , TechSoup's eligibility quiz , and updates to the Microsoft Software Donation Program. Check out Microsoft's tutorials on the Microsoft Volume Licensing site.

New Tutorial: How to Download Your Adobe Donation

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Topics covered include license keys, download instructions, and file types. Are you interested in requesting an Adobe product through TechSoup ? Do you want to know more about the Adobe donation download process? If so, check out our newest video, How to Download Your Adobe Donation. In How to Download Your Adobe Donation , we explain how to download your Adobe donation request through TechSoup. You can read more about Adobe products through TechSoup on the Adobe Product Donation Page.

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Everything You Need to Know About Windows 10

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If you don't have an operating system that is eligible for an upgrade license, you might be eligible to request a Windows Pro full operating system through TechSoup. The tutorial goes from downloading the ISO file to doing the installation steps, with good screenshots of the process.

Learning Resources for Nonprofits and Libraries

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How Stuff Works and How-To-Geek also offer articles, graphics, and video tutorials on technology topics. Nearly everything we have listed above is free, plus all of the content on TechSoup is Creative Commons – licensed.

The Best Online Safety Resources for YOUR Organization

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In particular, I like its Creative Commons-licensed courses on online identity and privacy that charities or libraries are welcome to use. It is working on creating the largest online library of information and tutorials on Internet-based products.

Free In-Person Events for Nonprofit Techies

Tech Soup Blog

Baltimore, Maryland: Salesforce CRM Tutorial and Free Tech Help Session! IMAGE ATTRIBUTION GUIDELINES Image Name: Author / License. NetSquared gathers together nonprofits and activists, tech leaders and funders, and everyone who's interested in using technology for social change.

TechSoup's Top 10 Tech Topics of 2016

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We provide tutorials on video production processes and photo editing so you can tell your story like a pro. To install the Microsoft products you've requested, you'll need to download the software from the Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC).

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Graphics In Gimp There are many tutorials about creating buttons and graphics in the new ‘Web 2.0′ Unfortunately, all these tutorials are for Photoshop users. WordPress is Free Software released under the GNU/GPL License Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home links for 2007-01-08 links for 2007-01-08 Last Updated on Monday, 8 January 2007 08:33 Written by Steve Monday, 8 January 2007 08:33 Bin-Blog: Creating Web 2.0

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Get Fundraising Tips at a NetSquared Community Event

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Baltimore, Maryland: Salesforce CRM Tutorial and Free Tech Help Session! IMAGE ATTRIBUTION GUIDELINES Image Name: Author / License. Fall has arrived, and with it comes fundraising season!

Need Hands-on Help? NetSquared's Free Workshops Are in Your Community

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Cleveland, Ohio: Tableau Tutorial: Free Data Visualization for Nonprofits. IMAGE ATTRIBUTION GUIDELINES Image Name: Author / License. Technology helps nonprofits deliver on our missions more effectively, but it can also be fiendishly complicated.

29 tips to improve your nonprofit website’s landing pages

John Haydon

Spend the money on licensing a professionally shot photograph. Check out these video tutorials on using Google Analytics. I’ve been doing a lot of work/research about improving landing pages on nonprofit websites. What’s a landing page and why should you care?

New at TechSoup: Online Courses from Atomic Training

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Eligible organizations can request up to 100 user licenses per year. Training online courses Atomic Training tutorials e-learningFor nonprofits, libraries, and their constituents, training is essential to keep technology knowledge and skills up to date.

Making the Most of TechSoup: Webinar Recap

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Check out the following video tutorials: TechSoup Registration and Eligibility Tutorials. TechSoup’s Eligibility Quiz Tutorial. Microsoft Donation Program: Short Tutorials. How to Get Started with the Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center. Last week we held a webinar on Making the Most of TechSoup. During this event, TechSoup staffers Lara Franklin and Shala Harris provided some helpful tips on navigating the TechSoup website and product pages.

What's New With Microsoft? A Quick Guide

Tech Soup Blog

Here are the basics: You may request licenses from up to 10 of over 70 available Microsoft title groups. You may request up to 50 licenses per non-server title group. Microsoft: Now with Video Tutorials! We've also created a few short video tutorials to help you quickly and easily gain answers to your questions regarding the Microsoft Donation Program and using the Donation Center.

Upcoming Webinar on March 22: Cultivating Donor and Client Relationships with Microsoft Dynamics CRM

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To read more about Microsoft Dynamics CRM, visit TechSoup's Guide to Dynamics CRM Editions and Licensing. If you want to learn about the Microsoft Software Donation Program, you can also visit the Microsoft Donation Program: Short Tutorials page. Back in 2010, NPower Northwest' s Shawn Michael wrote a blog post outlining what you can use Microsoft Dynamics CRM for in a nonprofit (or library) environment.

HTML Is Easier Than It Looks

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For more information, check out this video tutorial on HTML by Google : (Please visit the site to view this media). In my chapter on web design for Nonprofit Management 101 , I recommended W3Schools as a resource for HTML and CSS tutorials. HTML Dog (HTML and CSS tutorials).

Webinar Recap: Making the Most of Your Microsoft Software Donation

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We also heard from Microsoft's Gretchen Deo, who discussed Microsoft's relationship with TechSoup, the Volume Licensing Service Center , and more. Visit the Microsoft Donation Program: Short Tutorials page ! January 26, I had the pleasure of facilitating the interesting and informative webinar, Making the Most of Your Microsoft Software Donation.

Free Graphics Software and Images

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It’s not super easy to use, but it has lots of assistance like help files, a user manual and online resources such as tutorials , a wiki , documentation (in 11 languages), forums , FAQs , tips etc. There’s also the GIMP Basics tutorial, which is more geeky, but still manageable.

Guest Post by JD Lasica -- Socialbrite: A new sharing & learning hub

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

Socialbrite is here to offer articles, videos, resources and tutorials on how to take command of all this Web 2.0 Scores of additional articles, guides and tutorials to help newcomers and veterans alike get better acquainted with this fast-moving space.

June Microsoft Tips & Tricks Webinars: Recap

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Microsoft Donation Program: Short Tutorials. How to Get Started with the Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center. In May, we held the first webinar in our Microsoft Tips & Tricks webinar series, Creating Better Presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint. More recently, you may have attended our June webinars from this series, Creating Better Spreadsheets with Microsoft Excel and How Real Nonprofits Fundraise with Microsoft. Creating Better Spreadsheets with Microsoft Excel.

Message in A Box: New Toolkit from Tactical Technology Collective

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   The guide incorporates some tutorials and how-to information social media strategy, most notably a Blogging guide for activists and campaigners for using blogs for grassroots organizing and citizen journalism written by Sokari Ekine who blogs at www.blacklooks.org. 

6 Reasons Open Source Makes Sense

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Affordability – Open Source is free of licensing fees. Don’t take our word for it, Google “WordPress Tutorial” to see for yourself).

Our Microsoft Catalog Has Been Simplified

Tech Soup Blog

We've simplified these names, and you can now choose the specific year or version on Microsoft's Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) website when you're downloading the software. However, you cannot obtain a full operating system Enterprise license through Get Genuine.

ScreenSteps: Simple documentation

Judi Sohn

This application makes building step-by-step tutorials so incredibly easy. They have a hosted version , but at a minimum of $20/month it's more than I want to spend now compared to a one-time software license purchase. Part of my job is helping my colleagues do what they need to do on their computers and online. They ask, "Judi, how do I.?" and I tell them. To make finding this info easier, I started building wiki pages for documenting how we at C3 do what we do.

Salesforce.com Dreamforce Discount for Nonprofit Users

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Since then, they've made it even easier for nonprofits to embrace their donation by offering discounts on tutorials, online and in-person trainings , free weekly webinars on acquiring the donated license , and a bevy of resources to get started.

Socialbrite: Social Tools for Social Change

Amy Sample Ward

Scores of additional articles, guides and tutorials to help newcomers and veterans alike get better acquainted with this fast-moving space. All materials created for the site are released under Creative Commons licenses so that other sites and blogs can freely reuse the content. Nonprofit tech experts team up to help others master ‘social tools for social change’.

Lame spams of the day: another roundup

Robert Weiner

Text: Good afternoon, You can download your Adobe CS4 License here -. We encourage you to explore its new and enhanced capabilities with these helpful tips, tutorials, and eSeminars. Here's a selection of messages from spammers who don't even seem to be trying -- no graphics, no attempt to make the links look legit, plain text. Are these spammers just lazy or do these things actually work? Bottom line: think before you click. Hover your mouse over URLs and see where they lead.

Lame spam roundup

Robert Weiner

Text: Good day, You can download your Adobe CS4 License here -. We encourage you to explore its new and enhanced capabilities with these helpful tips, tutorials, and eSeminars. Here's a random selection of strange and/or lame spams I've received recently. 1: I got several of these. Unfortunately, no umbrellas were included. Sender: LinkedIn Connections [connections@linkedin.com]. Subject: RE: CELSA - Copies of Policies.

The Participatory Museum Process Part 4: Adventures in Self-Publishing

Museum 2.0

I decided to self-publish The Participatory Museum for four reasons: OPENNESS: I wanted the flexibility to license and distribute the book using an open structure to promote sharing. Few publishers was open to Creative Commons licensing and to giving away the content for free online.

New “How-Tos” section on the blog | Non-Profit Tech Blog

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It’s nothing fancy, but I hope to put a few more tutorials up there for nonprofit staff. There was a little chunk of the tutorial missing regarding a DNS change you have to make to prove to Google that you control the domain you say you do. I hope that some of you, dear readers, may be interested in creating your own tutorials for nonprofits too broke to have consultants or too cool to know nerds in their life.

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The Tech Virtual Museum Workshop launches today!

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All participation is under a Creative Commons attribution license, which means that all ideas are available for use by anyone with no financial obligation--only an obligation to credit the originators of said ideas.

Case Study: Moving to Google Apps

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At this point, the servers were aging and needed to be replaced, and we needed new software and user licenses (MS Exchange Server), as well. The trainings would be group trainings but I also posted information on our intranet and added links to Google Apps tutorials, online training videos and demos, and tips and tricks for using Google services. Google services are intuitive to use and trainings, demos, and tutorials were available on our intranet.

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Warrior Point - Latest News and Tutorials on Salesforce.com, SaaS, and on-demand software | Thursday, 06 March 2008 at 2:53 pm [.] WordPress is Free Software released under the GNU/GPL License Facebook Linked In Twitter Home About Home Gmail integration coming to Salesforce?

Vote for Genocide Intervention Network’s Netsquared Mashup | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

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How to get your small nonprofit up on the Web, Part 3 of 3 | Non-Profit Tech Blog

Confessions of a Non-Profit Executive Director

This tutorial doesn’t cover moving your e-mail over from another e-mail system to Google Apps. If enough people are interested, I can write a tutorial for that as well. Brent said: I attempted to follow your tutorial.

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Cheers, Rob Rob Kingdom | Friday, 28 July 2006 at 6:05 am sorry that should read “formula over the whole spreadsheet&# Kevin Fennelly | Thursday, 10 July 2008 at 10:47 am =IF(C2=C3, IF(D2=D3, “DUPE&# , &# “), &# “) Is a much more concise version of the excel formula Andrew | Tuesday, 19 August 2008 at 6:30 pm Decent Excel tutorial. WordPress is Free Software released under the GNU/GPL License

Mpower Open Podcast | Non-Profit Tech Blog

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Josiah definitely covers the open source license issue. He’s right it’s not exactly OSI compliant but it’s still better than the licenses we’re getting now. At the very least, you wouldn’t be paying for licensing fees — ugh. You can use these tags: « An Apology to David Crooke » Hey, where’s Part 3 of the tutorial on putting nonprofits on the web?

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