This event is the first in a series of eight monthly meetups focusing on Video for Nonprofits. We will cover everything from strategy to hands-on editing workshops between now and March 2014. Please join us!
Video is taking over the internet. Fast. Nonprofits need to get in front of this trend now. Video can be complicated and expensive, but it doesn't have to be. This week Net Tuesday Vancouver invited three guests to share their tips for creating visually striking videos on a nonprofit budget.
Melbourne's NetSquared group come together on March 21 to examine the concept of "B Corporations," using Etsy as a case study. Didn't make it to Australia for the meeting? Don't worry, Lucas Kussowski captured it on film!
How are new technologies changing the way educators teach and students learn? How can Vermont’s schools prepare students for global citizenship in an international economy? How can our communities and our schools work together to integrate technology into K-12 education?
It's time to catch up on some of the nonprofit technology trends and news out in NGO-land. We're in the season for charities to brush off their video cameras to tell their story and it's looking like the other Facebook (Google+) is starting to become a more useful tool for community organizing. Finally, swing into spring with new web design fashions. This piece was orignially published on the TechSoup.org blog.
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.