I attended NCTech4Good in North Carolina in June where I gave a presentation on storytelling (although more important than that is the super awesome people I connected with: some old and some new friends).
But what are some tips I can pass along to you about reaching your audience? Here are a few (of many) that stuck with me:
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.
Google Fiber is coming to the NC Triangle. What do nonprofits need to know in order to take advantage of this offering? What are the benefits? What are the costs? John Snyder of Netfriends will lead us through a discussion of the options.
We invite all local nonprofit organizations to network, learn, test and explore new technologies, exchange ideas, and best practices. #nptech #nct4g
Pizza (sponsored by NTEN & PINInc) and networking starting at 6:30 pm, program at 7:00. Many thanks to UNC-TV for being our host for this meeting.
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.
Nonprofit Tech Trends for 2016
Trend or Fad? What is it that nonprofits need to do to stay current and ahead of the pack?
Let’s get together and look at what has happened, what is happening, and what we can do to best prepare our organizations for 2016.
Does your nonprofit need help getting its social media strategy to a healthy place? Join us for personalized and hands-on assistance with your organization's social media strategy. It's one-on-one office hours for all your social media questions!
We sometimes forget that there are many people who do not have computer skills. Michael Abensour, Executive Director of Kramden Institute will share with us what their Fellow is doing to address Digital Inclusion in the Triangle as one of 16 NTEN and Google Fiber Digital Inclusion Fellows. Join us October 21 at 6:30pm at UNC-TV, 10 T.W. Alexander Drive, Research Triangle Park, NC. RSVP: http://www.meetup.com/NCTech4Good/events/223358663/