NCTech4Good: Turbocharge your Toolbox: Jamboard, Google Sites, and Trello

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Join us Wednesday, September 16, 2020, 7:00 PM for hands-on discussion of 3 tools:

  1. Jamboard for engagement
  2. Google Sites as a board portal
  3. Trello for project management.

We have 3 folks who will take you on a journey through a tool and how they’ve used this, what they’ve learned and some tips for you.

Our presenters are: Kyle DeGood, Founder/CEO of the DeGood Foundation in VA, Deron Tse, technology consultant to nonprofits in NC and Jeanne Allen, consultant and trainer in Strategy, Leadership and Innovation for nonprofits and NCTech4Good organizer.

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NCTech4Good: Virtual Meetings 101

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How can the virtual workplace help to not only redefine but maybe create one of the best environments for hosting meetings? Ben Bisbee, co-author of The Unashamed Guide to Virtual Management, is going to help frame the future of virtual meetings at NCTech4Good: Virtual Meetings 101, Wed, Jan 15, 6:30 PM at UNC-TV, 10 UNC TV Dr, Research Triangle, NC 27709. Join us. RSVP

E-Learning Resources

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At the NCTech4Good gathering onNovember 20, Alicia Light did a great job highlighting a variety of resources for Developing E-Learning Courses on a Limited Budget and providing insights about which ones are most user-friendly and affordable. Her presentation slides with all the details are now available online at

Many thanks to Alicia and the Center for Family and Community Engagement for this excellent presentation and sharing these valuable materials.

#17NCT4G Recap

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The 8th Annual NCTech4Good Conference held June 6-7 at The Solution Center in Durham was the best yet!

Networking Happy Hour


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.


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