Press Kit for NTEN: Change, A Quarterly Journal for Nonprofit Leaders

We welcome your review, post, article, or link to NTEN's publication, and have provided some information and images for your use here.  Please give credit to all content according to the Creative Common license: Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported.

Example Attribution text: "First published in NTEN: Change (http://nten.org/NTENChange), March 2014, CC BY-SA 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)"

About NTEN:

NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network is a 501(c)3 membership organization of nonprofit technology professionals. Our members share the common goal of helping nonprofits use all aspects of technology more effectively. NTEN is a community transforming technology into social change. Find out more at http://nten.org/about.

About the Journal:

NTEN established NTEN: Change in 2011 to address the strategic and practical considerations nonprofit leadership staff and board members need to make in order to make sound investments and effective planning decisions that will help their nonprofit organizations achieve their missions.

Each issue includes case studies, in-depth articles, practical tips for applying tools and strategies, leader profiles, and community feedback.  Contributors to the journal include experts in the nonprofit and technology sectors and members of the NTEN Community (who are also experts!).

Submission Guidelines: we have an open call for submissions for some of the regular columns in each issue, and you can see our complete submissions guidelines and overview here.

Thanks to the generous support of Google, NTEN was able to launch the journal as a free resource for the nonprofit community.  The free subscription form can be found at http://nten.org/NTENChange.

Questions about the journal can be sent to Joleen Ong, Marketing & Publications Director and Editor of NTEN: Change.

About the Digital Format:

The journal is a digital publication -- no paper! Subscribers to the journal can access each new issue by opening the journal on their computer's browser, or by opening the journal on their iPad, iPhone, Android, or Kindle device. 

The e-journal experience includes social sharing tools, and readers can also download the issue to PDF or print selected pages to read off-line.

Besides the obvious environmental and cost benefits of the digital format, we are excited to provide readers active links within the journal's content so that they have immediate access to more information and resources on the topics.

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