NTEN: The Nonprofit Technology Network

 

A monthly roundup of our favorite nonprofit tech resources and other goodies.

When you take a misstep, there's a great opportunity to share it publicly, learn from it, and move on. In that spirit, we'd like to share what happened when we thought we were sending an email to people who hadn't opened an email in over a year, what we actually did, the response from some of the people who got the email, and what we learned from it all.

Two updates from the team at SXSW Interactive: this Friday is the deadline for panel proposals and for scholarship nominations for their March 2014 gathering.

Flickr: theirhistoryFlickr: theirhistorySummer sun and vacation days haven't slowed down the NTEN community! This edition of Member Round Up shows folks busy doing research, releasing reports, and unveiling a new community platform to help nptechies connect and learn.

I'm so excited to officially welcome Julia Smith as NTEN's new Community Development Manager! Julia began working with NTEN on the Communities of Impact (CoI) project earlier this year, and now we're thrilled to have her on the NTEN staff! Julia will continue to work with the CoI project and NTEN's communities of practice and will also be supporting the 501 Tech Clubs, managing our social media channels, and helping to make the NTEN's community programs even better.

Imagine you're a leader and someone mentions the S word. Strategy. And you're like, oh I got this with my amazing three year strategic plan. So they flip it open and then ask, well where's the strategic technology plan? And then that other S word comes to mind. Don't worry. Read on for some great programs & resources NTEN has to offer to help you with the strategery of technology.

Throughout the day, well be living blogging sessions from MCON13, a conference to help leaders engage the Millennial generation. We're attending virtually through the livestream. This session featured Ido Leffler of Yes To, Inc.speaking on millennial leadership.

Throughout the day, we'll be live blogging sessions from MCON13, a virtual conference to help leaders engage the Millennial generation. These are notes from the session featuring presentations from Alia McKee and Justin Wheeler, with brief Q&A at the end of each talk.

Throughout the day, well be living blogging sessions from MCON13, a conference to help leaders engage the Millennial generation. We're attending virtually through the livestream. This session featured panelists, Jenna Golden, Twitter; Jessica Mason, YouTube, and Danielle Deabler, NPR, discussing Millennials and Social Change.

Throughout the day, we'll be live blogging sessions from MCON13, a virtual conference to help leaders engage the Millennial generation. Here are highlights from the session with Paul Schmitz and notes from the talk with Rachael Chong.