Check out the posts made throughout the conference with photos and video assembled at Storify.
Presentation slides and shared attendee notes have been added to the session descriptions linked from the schedule.
What folks liked:
The camaraderie and networking with like-minded individuals.
The stream of useful information and links to resources!
Easy flow of the schedule on Tuesday–good combination of content and networking.
The presenters had time to give in depth answers to questions from the audience, and that was “gold” for me. How often do you get the opportunity to ask a professional in a certain field for specific advice for free? And, the presenters and attendees generously shared their expertise. I felt genuinely and warmly supported.
The venue and location are top notch! And I appreciate there is a conference devoted to NP tech.
We have a little space left at the 8th AnnualNCTech4Good Conference at The Solution Center in Durham, NC, June 6-7. We've got a great schedule. You're welcome to join us. The last day to register is Tuesday, May 30.NCTech4Good Conference June 6-7 in Durham, NC
The opportunity to network and exchange ideas, not just between sessions, but in the sessions themselves, was invaluable!!
It was great to be able to hear what was and wasn't working for other people.
Every session gave me something I could use in my current job role.
It was one of the best conferences I've ever attended.
@NCTech4Good you do not disappoint. This conference just gets better and better each year.
Presentation slides and shared attendee notes have been added to the session descriptions linked from the schedule. Check out the posts made throughout the conference with photos and video assembled at Storify. Visit our YouTube Playlist for several short videos.
Many nonprofits lack resources and training to make best use of technology. With the technology landscape changing rapidly, it's hard to stay abreast of available tools and resources. With topics like leveraging free technology and maximizing your internet presence, the NCTech4Good Conference will help meet these issues head-on! Plus, our Unconference hybrid format let’s you pick topics that are most valuable to you.
Join us June 2-3, 2016 for the only nonprofit technology event of its kind in North Carolina to connect with fellow do-gooders to share ideas, resources, and solutions.
Register by May 6 to get the early bird rate of $100/day.
Mark Smith (C3HUU Communications, Soundroom & Technologies), choreographed interviews with NCTech4Good 2015 conference attendees. Find out who attended, why, and what they learned. You can view the entire series on YouTube or see the playlist below. Connections and learning from each other are common themes.