Help us shape the the 2013 Nonprofit Technology Conference! Voting on the more than 350 session proposals we've received will remain open through September 7th. With your input, we'll be able to craft our best agenda yet.
But hold on just a moment. Before you begin, there are a few important things to note:
- Use the filters on the left side of the page to find the sessions you're most interested in.
- You can vote a session "Up" or "Down". If you vote, then subsequently change your vote, the count will increment by 2. It's supposed to: when you change your vote from an "Up" to a "Down", for example, the system takes away your initial +1 (from your "Up" vote) and then tacks on the -1 (because now it's a "Down" vote).
- Only 1 vote is allowed per IP Address. If you work in a big office with lots of folks on a shared IP who are interested in the 2013 NTC, it may seem like the voting process is wonky; you'll essentially be changing the votes of one of your colleagues. This is meant to prevent ballot stuffing, not to prevent you from voting. You just need to try again from a different IP address.
- If you'd like to speak on a panel for a specific session, let us know by leaving a comment (on the individual session page). We can't promise you'll get to join the panel, but we'll certainly consider it.
Those are the basics. You can find more information in our Voting Guide, but if you're ready, why don't you:
And please, help us spread the word by sharing the link to the voting with your network of tech-interested folks.