Digital inclusion is an issue that cannot be addressed by digital inclusion organizations alone. No matter what our cause or focus, when we find ways to weave inclusion into our work, we increase our ability to do the greatest good
Are you attending 17NTC and already working towards your Nonprofit Technology Professional Certificate? We are making two of our weeklong courses available as a crossover event with 17NTC. Rather than the usual 90-minute live, online session, participants will be able to attend a 90-minute session at the conference.
Technology can be a great tool for nonprofit practitioners, but it can also create a barrier to reaching the communities we care most about. Programs must be accessible to low-tech and no-tech populations, groups that are still widespread both in rural and urban areas. Here are 3 steps your team can take to include no-tech and low-tech communities in your programs.
At its core, digital strategy is about goals: asking the right questions to choose the right goals and making a plan to achieve them. Here are some tips to keep your tactics, strategies, and goals aligned.
For nonprofits and membership-based organizations, volunteer management can feel overwhelming. There are often too many people and not enough time to maintain a personal touch with every person. Automated “drip campaigns” can be a simple way to stay in touch, nurture relationships, and even weave together requests for time and cash contributions.
In digital inclusion work, we often stress the importance of digital inclusion to things such as education, financial stability and economic mobility, and career advancement. As a Digital Inclusion Fellow, I’ve seen firsthand another perk to digital inclusion: community building.
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