Microsoft believes technology can do amazing things. That’s why they donate software to eligible nonprofit organizations and public libraries to help them use technology to further their missions. The Technology for Good Contest sought to highlight the stories of how these groups use Microsoft software to help them create real community impact in Washington State.
Linkedin is much more than just a site for building your resume and your recommendations from previous employers. While over 90 million people have Linkedin accounts, few seem to be talking about it's utility for social change anymore. An important player in the online community arena, we wonder if Linkedin still has potential as a space for change. This month, we're hoping to re-start the dialogue about Linkedin, and learn how organizations and individuals can use it to engage supporters.
Join us for this free webinar to find out how to make your training job easier, more fun, and an even better learning experience for your participants. Learn to use a lesson plan to organize your workshops and facilitate sharing with your co-workers and other organizations. Discover how identifying objectives and incorporating activities can help your classes run more smoothly while also providing better learning opportunities. We’ll also share sources for training materials already available for your use.
Earlier this month, we asked you to share your your wishes and predictions for technology and social benefit 2011. We wanted to learn which themes, tools, topics, and tactics you expect to be big for you and your organization this year. Below, we've compiled all of the community responses for this month's Net2 Think Tank!
You have just one more week to enter the 2011 Technology for Good Contest for nonprofits and public libraries in Washington State. Submissions close Tuesday, January 18, 2011, 11:59pm Pacific time, so don’t delay! Share how your organization or library is using Microsoft software to engage your stakeholders and make a difference in your community.