Community members are encouraged to join our online proposal prep group to request and provide feedback on their proposal drafts during the 20NTC session submission period.To request feedback:1. Submit your session draft through the NTC site.2. Join the proposal prep group.3. Create a new discussion post in the session feedback group (if requesting feedback on multiple sessions, be sure to create a separate thread for each one).4. Use your session title as the subject line.5. Paste the link to your session from the NTC site, add any notes and post.6. Give suggestions on other sessions while you wait for feedback on yours (optional).To give feedback:1. Join the proposal prep group.2. Look through the subject lines for a session title that matches your interests.3. Join a discussion and reply publicly with your feedback.4. Keep your comments constructive and actionable.5. We’d like everyone who requested feedback to receive at least one response, so try to prioritize posts with no replies.
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Focused on building and sustaining online and offline communities for nonprofits and other mission-driven organizations. The CommBuild group is focused on building and sustaining online and offline communities for nonprofits and other mission-driven organizations. Anyone interested in community building, whether you are formally in a community management job or not, is welcome to join the group.
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Welcome to the digital advertising group! Are you experienced in digital advertising, but need to expand your efforts? Are you frightened by the concept, but need to learn more? Are you struggling with the ever-changing landscape of digital advertising uses? Then please join this group to share challenges, solutions, and questions! Check back often, and follow this group to learn and to share!
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Help close the digital divide! Join us in supporting digital inclusion initiatives, sharing best practices, and showcasing digital inclusion programs. Digital Inclusion refers to the activities necessary to ensure that all individuals and communities, including the most disadvantaged, have access to and use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). Members of this group will discuss topics related to digital inclusion including (but not limited to) digital literacy, internet access, technology for people with disabilities and older adults, and making technology more accessible.
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Ask a question. Give advice. Share resources. Looking for software or hardware recommendations? Want to know how others are using text messaging in their work? Trying to find examples of IT policies? The NTEN Discuss forum is a great resource for all of the above and more! It's the general discussion list for the NTEN community, and folks all over the US (and the world) are sharing their questions, answers, and news about nonprofit technology.
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If you work in an organization using Drupal, or you work with nonprofits using Drupal, this is the group for you. If you work in a nonprofit using Drupal, or you work with nonprofits using Drupal, this is the group for you! Stuck on something? Have a question? Drupal experts are on hand to answer questions! You don't need to be a member of NTEN to participate in the monthly calls — feel free to invite colleagues and spread the word.
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For those doing digital strategy work, including written or multimedia content for nonprofit websites, social media, and e-newsletters. This group is for those digital communications folks who create written or multimedia content for websites, social media, and e-newsletters for nonprofits. Members will discuss topics such as social media trends, digital analytics, developing content, storytelling, planning and resources, content strategy, and more.
This group is for those interested in learning and sharing about all things data-related for nonprofits. The Nonprofits and Data group is for people using data to serve a mission, either directly or by improving nonprofits and the nonprofit sector. That includes everything from collecting data and managing databases to analytics, data visualization and data mining. Here are some examples of topics we discuss: using data to improve organizational effectiveness, measuring impact, using data for storytelling, tools for data management and analysis, figuring out the “right” data to collect, and learning skills to help us use data better.
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A group for those in nonprofit IT decision-making roles to connect with peers and share best practices. This Technology Decision Makers group is for nonprofit IT or MIS Directors/Managers as well as CIOs and CTOs to connect with their peers and share best practices. Topics for discussion include, but are not limited to: hardware and software management, product reviews, emerging technology, best practices, collaborating effectively with other departments, and management conundrums. Membership is restricted to IT staff at nonprofit organizations.
This is a private group (anyone can find the group but only members of the group can see members and discussions) for women, femmes, gender nonconfirming, and nonbinary folks in the nonprofit technology sector. This is a place to ask questions, have discussions, share resources, and support each other.To join the group, email email@example.com with “Please add me to the Women in Nonprofit Tech group” in the subject line.
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A place for nonprofit WordPress developers and content managers of all skill levels.The WordPress group is an engaged network of WordPress developers and content managers, for all skill levels, by WordPress users for WordPress users, to encourage the usage of and advocate for WordPress. Our goal: to support nonprofit organizations using (or interested in using) WordPress. Additionally, this is a safe and friendly place for beginning WordPress developers and users to ask questions and connect to like-minded people.
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