The daunting task of dealing with new technology can feel so overwhelming to adult learners that they need a space designed where they can take a breath, have a laugh, and try again. Digital Inclusion Fellow Jamie Littlefield shares how she learned to help clients feel more at ease and make more progress in her Computer Help Lab.
Using managed IT services can be great for nonprofits small and large, but it does come with some risks. Here are a few ways you can avoid those risks and get the best IT support for your organization.
In San Antonio, the digital divide is just one of many hurdles our city’s population is facing, and a multifaceted issue requires multifaceted approaches. Digital inclusion is often depicted as a three-legged stool with training, broadband access, and devices as its interdependent legs. During my Fellowship year I have aimed to keep this model in mind, understanding that no single entity can resolve this issue alone.
It’s that time of year again when we start talking about proposals for the next Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC). We've been gathering feedback over the past few years and have some updates to share, including a revamped timeline.