Tech & Social Change Baltimore's next meeting will be February 7 at 6:30 pm. Jessica Keyes from the Enoch Pratt Free Library will join us to explain how Enoch Pratt Free Library is successfully using social media to engage with supporters, build its reputation, promote its programming, and increase donations.
Tech and Social Change Baltimore took August off, but we're gearing up for our four remaining 2012 sessions. Our next meeting will be September 6 at 6:30 pm. Fellow nonprofiteers and community builders Sharon Paley and Andrew Hazlett from the GBTC will join us to talk about Baltimore Weekly, a video broadcast where they talk with members of Baltimore's technology community about the interesting things taking place.
Chip Dizárd, a Baltimore City Public Schools media production teacher, joined Tech & Social Change Baltimore in July and warned attendees about the seven video sins he frequently sees when reviewing videos. The materials & notes from this session are now available, including an audio recording of the session.
Ben Kutil spoke at June's Tech & Social Change Baltimore meeting and discussed three important areas designers think about: type, images, and grids. The slides and notes from his session are now available online.
The next meeting will be on July 12 at 6:30 pm. Chip Dizard will speak about creating videos. Interested in attending? You can RSVP online.
At Tech & Social Change Baltimore's May meeting, virtual world and Nonprofit Commons evangelist Sally Cherry explained what virtual worlds are, discussed the differences between several virtual worlds, and then took the room on a tour of Second Life and introduced us to a few of her colleagues. You can read the notes from the session in the Tech & Social Change meetup group.