Change Quarterly was a journal published by NTEN, highlighting ideas and trends in technology for leaders in the nonprofit sector. The journal was discontinued in 2015. Feel free to explore the archives and read our blog, Connect, which features tools, tips, trends in nonprofit technology.

September 2015 issue: Where Are We Going?
Websites, Mobile, and the Future Shape of the Web

Introduction | NTEN: Change, September 2015

Letter from the Editor: Steph Routh, Content Manager, NTEN

China’s Internet: Beyond the “Great Firewall”

David Onate, Assistant Director of Marketing & Membership, African Wildlife Foundation

From Bitch Magazine to Bitch Media

Julie Falk, Executive Director, Bitch Media

More Than a Ticket: Rethinking the annual report

By Vivian Phillips, Marketing and Communications Director, Seattle Theatre Group; and Chris Nelson, Arts and Culture Director, Pyramid Communications

Nonprofit Community Building: Taking the next step

Victoria Taylor, Director of Digital Community, WeWork

4 Strategic Foundations of Effective Websites

Matthew Schwartz, Founder and Director of Strategy, Constructive
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September 2015

Where Are We Going? Websites, Mobile, and the Future Shape of the Web

Past Issues

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June 2015

Organizational Effectiveness at Scale: How Nonprofits Effectively Meet Their Mission
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March 2015

Digital Inclusion & Technical Divides: What’s Next?
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December 2014

Cultivating Leadership
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September 2014

Advocacy & Visual Communications
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June 2014

Reinventing the Ask: Fundraising
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March 2014

Cultivating Leadership