Member Round Up: Summer Learning!

flickr: adwriterWithout year-end fundrasing campaigns to plan for (yet), and just after conference season, summer is usually the time when things slow down for all of us. Which means it’s the perfect time to invest in your professional development, and seek out opportunities for your organization. Fortunately, the NTEN community is making it easy this […]
Posted: June 28, 2012

Cloud Computing for Nonprofits: the Risks How to Overcome Them

A recent NTEN survey of 780 nonprofits revealed that 91% of respondents are using some sort of hosted software. In fact, almost 80% are using multiple cloud-based solutions. However, according to NTEN’s report, “the feature-set, ease of use and cost over time” were more important to them than whether or not a solution was cloud-based. […]
Posted: June 14, 2012

Member Round Up: Opportunity Awaits!

The NTEN Community consistently learns and shares from each other, creating opportunities to highlight the work that we all do. This week, our Member Round Up features great opportunities to do just that. Get your browser tabs ready: below are ways you can apply for funds, share your organization’s best videos, win free webinars, and […]
Posted: June 12, 2012

Visual Thinking: A Challenge for Our Sector

If I told you that we could find new expressions of Jewish communal work using this image as our inspiration, you’d probably think I was crazy: That’s right, square plus triangle equals circle. In this case, the triangle (or delta) stands for change, the square for the status quo, and the circle for wherever it […]
Posted: June 7, 2012

5 Cloud Based Apps For Teams to Organize Events Better (and for FREE)

Many of us in the nonprofit space know how much effort goes into organizing large, annual events. Even though many of us are entrenched in the intersection between our work and technology, we often struggle with finding ways to make our lives simpler. In today’s world, cloud technology can allow most nonprofits with an Internet […]
Posted: May 24, 2012

Activist Media from the Frontlines: Mobile, Strategic, and Much More Than Just at "The Right Place at the Right Time"

In Syria, activists and citizen journalists fill a media void and strategically inform the global conversation on the uprising by capturing and sharing their own footage. They are organized, trained, smart, strategic, and promote media – much of it mobile – with a purpose. Mass demonstrations and continued state violence continue in Syria. Authorities are […]
Posted: April 18, 2012