So you want to submit an NTC proposal?

NTEN

The Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) is the premiere annual conference for people working at the intersection of technology and social change. The 2015 NTC will take place in Austin, Texas on March 4-6. Please join us Thursday, June 12 at 11am PST / 2pm EST for the free webinar: So you want to submit an NTC proposal? This webinar will help answer any of your questions and concerns, and provide you with the knowledge you need to create quality sessions.

NTC Orientation

NTEN

Only a hundred of the 1790 NTC registrants listened to our NTC orientation today, so that means most of you have some catching up to do! Recording: Slides: Ntc Orientation View more presentations from Anna Richter.

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How Do Questions Improve Nonprofit Technology Training?

NTEN

What are some ways you can use questions to improve your technology trainings? Questions ask your brain to mine your experience and expertise to come up with answers. nptech NTC nten training John Kenyon. Principle. John Kenyon Consulting.

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NTC 2012 Preview

Idealware

Next week is the 2012 Nonprofit Technology Conference, or NTC, when members of the nonprofit community from all over the country converge in San Francisco to meet, greet, learn and share. Throughout the week, we’ll be live-tweeting from sessions at @Idealware, posting photos on our Facebook page, and blogging regularly, so even if you won’t be in attendance, you can experience NTC 2012 vicariously through us. Have a question for us?

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Reflections from NTC Plenary Panel on Innovation

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I had the honored of moderating a free wheeling plenary discussion on Day #3 of NTC on “ Innovation and Nonprofits.” If you doing a plenary discussion panel at a conference, it is a good question to ask the host. Scaffolding Questions and Diverse Views in the Answers.

The 2019 Best Nonprofit Conferences Calendar

The Science Behind Engaging your Supporters

Each year, the Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) is the nonprofit industry's signature technology event, and 2019 will be no different. We know you've got questions. It's finally here!

11 Expert Tips for Nonprofits to Embrace Technology for Even Greater Impact

Connection Cafe

Last week I had the privilege of networking with over 2000 nonprofit experts and professionals at NTEN ‘s Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC).

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NTC Overstimulation | Idealware

Idealware

Skip to Main Content Area Helping Nonprofits Make Smart Software Decisions Topics Reports Articles Online Training Blog Custom Resources Donate About Topics Reports Articles Online Training Blog Custom Resources Donate About NTC Overstimulation By Laura Quinn , March 25, 2008 Back from New Orleans, and overstimulated from NTC, as usual. We really appreciated your great questions and active involvement in the session!

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2014 NTC Report: The Wins, The Fails, The Ideas for 2015

NTEN

and debriefed a whole lot of the NTC. We also read through all of the NTC evaluations! We didn''t want to split up these post-NTC conversations so have sacrificed brevity in the hopes of completeness. We heard from so many people about how they found their dream vendor at the NTC, or weren''t even sure how to get started on a critical project until they had a conversation at a booth. 14ntc fail NTC report winning

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NTC: Plenary – Dan Heath, Flip the Switch

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The Friday plenary session at the NTC featured Dan Heath, Co-Author of Flip the Switch, and was all about organizational change. Also new this year is the online NTC. She gave a quick update on NTC and thanked everyone including, staff, the community, and sponsors.

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Help us bring some Beaconfire brilliance to NTC

Beaconfire Wire

Some of our Beaconfire rockstars have submitted a bunch of awesome session ideas for the NTC (Nonprofit Technology Conf) which will be taking place in our backyard here in DC next March. Your “up” votes will help bring these gems of wisdom to the NTC stage.

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NTC Summary, and Nonprofit Technology Consulting 2.0

Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology

Home About Me Subscribe Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology Thoughtful and sometimes snarky perspectives on nonprofit technology NTC Summary, and Nonprofit Technology Consulting 2.0 at 11:23 pm Wow, Michelle, those are *exactly* the questions that I want schools to start asking themselves. at 8:45 am Yes, totally – I think that schools have been on that same track, and not asking themselves the same questions.

Can't Attend the 2012 NTC in San Francisco? We'll Bring It to You – Online!

NTEN

You'll even be able to ask session presenters your questions, live (if not in-person). Check out the full Online NTC agenda >> We have some exciting interstitial content planned that will be available only to Online attendees. 12ntc nptech nten online ntc

NTC Community Call Recap

NTEN

We were excited to have our first 2012 NTC Community Call last Tuesday! During the call, we went over a couple things that will be new next year, and asked for your feedback on some key questions and issues. New to the NTC There will be a couple of new additions to the NTC schedule next year. We’ve also added a couple new session types for the 2012 NTC educational sessions.

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NTC Plenary: Dan Heath, Flip the Switch

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

The Friday plenary session at the NTC featured Dan Heath, Co-Author of Flip the Switch, and was all about organizational change. Also new this year is the online NTC. She gave a quick update on NTC and thanked everyone including, staff, the community, and sponsors.

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Be Social at the 2012 NTC!

NTEN

Here are a couple of ways to connect and share at the 2012 NTC: Social Event Survey. NTC attendees love to meet over dinner, coffee, or drinks to socialize and learn from each other. Share your passion or fascination with the NTC Community. >> Join the NTC on Facebook. >>

Last Day to Vote for NTC Panels

Frogloop

Today is the last day to vote for your favorite NTC 2013 sessions. Join our salon of organizations and consultants grappling with the question: how to get quality insights into your audiences when money is scarce. Have you finished casting your votes yet? If you are a little overwhelmed by all of the great panels to choose from this year, Frogloop has you covered. Check out our favorite 10 sessions below.

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Help Make 2014 the Most Sustainable NTC to Date - Join the Sustainability Committee!

NTEN

This year, we''re formalizing our efforts and rolling out a new sustainability plan to help us be even more effective in ''greening'' the NTC. Interested or have questions? NTC sustainability Flickr: photofarmer NTEN has worked hard over the years to reduce the carbon footprint of our annual conference. And we need YOU, our wonderful community, to help!

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What's New at the NTC This Year?

NTEN

This year''s conference will have over 100 educational programs, many opportunities to find and network with your peers and new colleagues, and, of course, events that you''ve come to expect from the NTC like coffee, great conversations, and plenty of tweets. We are confident that the 2014 NTC is going to be the best one yet, and to prove it check out some of the highlights we have planned for you in DC: 3 Plenaries That''s right, two just wasn''t enough!

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Captioning at the 2012 NTC

NTEN

We’re excited to be offering Communication Access Real-time Translation (CART) Captioning at the NTC this year! CART Captioning at the NTC will consist of live translation of everything said in specific sessions and conference events into text that will be displayed on a monitor for a small number of people. Email mimi@nten.org if you have any questions! Look for the CART Captioning table at the Plenary Talks, Closing Lunch, and breakout sessions throughout the conference. >

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2009 NTC: Q&A Edition

NTEN

Instead, we're going to bring you bite-size reflections on the NTC one post at a time over the next few weeks.). This post is dedicated to a few of the questions and concerns I heard coming out of the 09NTC. In early September, we'll start accepting submissions for the 2010 NTC.

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NTC Day of Service 2011: The Art of Story Capture

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

I focused on shadowing Mark and Shawn and asked them questions about their practice of story capture.

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Follow the 2009 NTC Live!

NTEN

> Find out how to follow the 2009 NTC Live! As an added bonus, you'll be able to chat YOUR questions to the speakers, and the fantastic folks at ReadyTalk will make sure they get answered! We've recruited NTC attendees of all stripes to live blog their way through the NTC.

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Free Webinar: So You Want to Submit an NTC Proposal?

NTEN

Many of you have asked us, "Do I need to attend the upcoming, So You Want to Submit an NTC Proposal? The webinar was created to offer more information to new NTC-goers about how to craft a successful 15NTC session proposal, to help ensure that everyone''s submission is as great as the perspective they bring to the community. It''s also an opportunity for anyone, especially for those who are new to speaking or new to the nptech community, to receive support and ask questions.

My NTC Session Planning Wikis.

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

John didn't know he was making a promo for one of my NTC sessions! The NTC Conference is a little more than two months away and I'm really looking forward to conversations with colleagues and meeting others face-to-face for the first time.

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New at the NTC : StoryTeller’s Workshop

NTEN

Every year, we do our best to offer more opportunities to learn and connect at the NTC, and this year is no different. We’ve recruited two rock star storytelling, social media experts, Michaela Hackner and Roger Burks , to head up a 2 hour workshop on Wednesday, March 16 (the night before the official kick-off of the NTC) from 6 - 8 pm. You'll gain practical tips and helpful advice, and have plenty of time for questions and discussion with your fellow storytellers.

See You at the 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference!

Tech Soup Blog

TechSoup will be hosting a pre-conference workshop on Office 365; exhibiting at the NTC Science Fair; speaking at plenary events, breakout sessions, and a "Birds of a Feather" lunch; and facilitating networking opportunities. Check NTC's schedule for specific events and hours.

NTC VideoGeekOut Session: The Video

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

At NTC, I organized a panel and drop-in clinic called 'NTC Video GeekOut" featuring Jonny Goldstein and Andy Carvin. Some questions: What kind of camera should I use? There were questions about signing a release form. For that last question, use the NpTech tag.

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How To Be A Wizard at Tech Training: NTC 2016 Session

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

If you deliver training to nonprofits, what are your burning questions about design and delivery of interactive training? In a couple of weeks, one of the sessions I’m facilitating at the Nonprofit Technology Conference in San Jose is called “ How To Be A Wizard at Tech Training.”

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March 2011 Community Builder Chat Archive (#CommBuild)

Amy Sample Ward

If you have a topic or question you’d like to explore in an upcoming chat, feel free to let me know anytime! Monthly Chats 11ntc chat commbuild community building ntc

NTC Plenary: Dan Heath, Flip the Switch

NTEN

[Sketch by Hong Yee Krauker created on an iPad with Sketchbook Pro The Friday plenary session at the NTC featured Dan Heath, Co-Author of Flip the Switch, and was all about organizational change. Also new this year is the online NTC.

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Open Community and Nonprofit Techies

NetWits

In this post, Maddie and Lindy answer a few questions for the NetWits Think Tank community (Oh, and please ask more in the comments. So here’s a question for all of you NPTechies to consider… How is your nonprofit building community online?

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Attend the 2015 Nonprofit Technology Conference at your desk!

NTEN

We''ve received a lot of questions and interest about the 15ONTC. We know why you want to be a part of Online NTC: it''s the incredible content, right? In order to provide you with twice as many sessions this year, Online NTC will only be available on-demand the week after NTC. Through the 15NTC online community , you''ll have the opportunity to connect with other virtual attendees — as well as in-person attendees — before, during, and after the NTC.

The Nonprofit Weekly Roundup: The Future of Fundraising, #14NTC, and Emails Worth Opening.

Connection Cafe

NTC – It’s not your grandmother’s conference, and Michael Beahm tells you why. Joe Garecht poses The 4 Questions You Need to Ask to See if Your Fundraising is On the Right Track on The Fundraising Authority Blog. I sometimes struggle being alone.

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2011 Nonprofit Technology Conference – Unconference

Amy Sample Ward

Description : The NTC Unconference is a place to continue conversations from, ask questions about, or further explore the various tracks and sessions of the conference. The physical space will include sections for all 5 tracks, and a main organizing board where you can post a question or topic to discuss. presentation Presentations from 2011 11ntc ntc nten unconferenceDate : March 19, 2011. Location : Washington DC. Topic : Unconference.

Early Bird Registration for 2011 NTEN NTC is Open | Nonprofit.

NonProfit Trends

All Blackbaud Blogs Contact Us Blackbaud.com About Nonprofit Trends Books Research Reports Speaking Early Bird Registration for 2011 NTEN NTC is Open Posted by Steve MacLaughlin on November 12th, 2010 NTEN’s 2011 Nonprofit Technology Conference is now open for early bird registration. The 2011 NTC is open to non-members and members alike, but NTEN members save $200 on their conference registration fee. The NTC has been a sell out the past few years.

Let’s Continue the NTC Discussion - Social Media Campaigner

FI Space

This was my presentation for the NTC 09 Conference in San Fransisco. Take a look and ask any questions you didn’t get to ask in person! Confessions Of A Social Media Campaigner. View more presentations from dneff22.

NTC Reflection: How To Make Your Conference Panel A Magical Learning Experience

Beth's Blog: How Nonprofits Can Use Social Media

That’s the questions I asked myself as I designed my panel for the NTEN’s annual conference, the NTC. As many trainers and teachers already know, people have different learning styles.

Reminder: Register for the NTC by March 11th (to Save $100)

NTEN

If one of those questions is, "Will there be puppies and kittens at the NTC?", And if you can't join us in person, be sure to check out the Online NTC. This is just a reminder that the registration rate for the 2013 Nonprofit Technology Conference is about to go up. >

10NTC: What do you want to talk about?

Amy Sample Ward

I have many things that I want to talk about at the NTC because it’s a one-of-a-kind opportunity to talk about ideas, get advice, or hear stories from others in real time, in one space, as fast as you can share them!

NTC Reflections: Confessions of a Twitter Convert

Beaconfire Wire

But after NTC, that all changed. But I was thoroughly impressed with the use of Twitter at NTC. Tweeters took notes, asked questions, and gave feedback during the sessions. And as a presenter, I was able to easily response to post-presentation questions and load a few URLs. I’m into tech. But as I confessed in yesterday’s reflection, there are few pieces of tech I do not possess. One was a Twitter account.

Can't Come to the 2011 NTC? We'll Bring It to You, Online!

NTEN

Of course, not everybody who wants to attend the 2011 NTC is able, for one reason or another; we don't like it, but we do understand. That's why we've been working hard to extend the NTC beyond the confines of the event's hotel, to let you follow along without leaving your own desk.

First 2011 NTC Session Evaluation Raffle Winner

NTEN

Tim gets his pick of the prize box at the NTC Book Store. Please stop by Customer Service if you have questions. Congratulations to our first session evaluation raffle winner: Tim Brauhn from The 1010 Project! For everyone who didn't win, don't lose hope -- you still have several more chances to win! After every block of sessions we'll draw another winner, so the more evaluations you complete, the more chances you have to win.