6 edition of Nonprofits and Technology found in the catalog.
March 5, 2007
by Lyceum Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||212|
Zen and the Art of Nonprofit Technology. FEBRU Obviously for me, publishing eBooks is going to be something I do at some point, perhaps sooner rather than later. I’m talking in this post about self-publishing eBooks. There are also avenues that will allow you to sell both your print book alongside your eBook. Technology Grants: Technology grants for nonprofits, for-profits and small businesses, including RFPs, applications for foundation grants, corporate grants, state grants, city grants for use of technology in the classroom curriculum, technology grants .
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This book identifies the ways that new information and communication technology both help and hinder nonprofit effectiveness. The book establishes a body of dependable research on the subject, compiling the resources needed to make better technology-adoption and management decisions in the nonprofit : Paperback.
The book "The Future of Nonprofits: Thrive and Innovate in the Digital Age" helps organizations do those very things. Better predicting future trends helps to reshape culture, creating the kind of environment ripe for positive growth in this fast changing world we work in Cited by: This book leads nonprofits through a planning process that will help them align their technology use with their mission and strategic goals, determine what the appropriate technology tools are to meet those goals, and how the technology will be implemented and supported over by: 4.
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Service-Learning, Technology, Nonprofits, and Institutional Limitations: /ch This chapter develops a model of service-learning that focuses on serving the information and communication technology (ICT) needs of community organizationsAuthor: Katherine Loving, Randy Stoecker, Molly Reddy.
Google's nonprofit management resources help you connect to the people who matter, increase support, and raise greater awareness on a global stage. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nonprofits and technology.
Chicago, Ill.: Lyceum Books, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource. You Can Trust TechSoup. TechSoup is a trusted partner for (c)(3) nonprofits and public libraries, and one of the biggest names in nonprofit software and technology. For over 30 years, we've worked with nonprofits all over the world to help them get the most from the technology they need to carry out their missions.
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ICT Management in Non-Profit Organizations aims to explore the effective and comprehensive deployment of appropriate ICT strategies within the nonprofit sector.
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In a world where technology determines many operations, leaders of nonprofits have a lot on their plate, from ever-changing technologies to shifts in government regulations.The average nonprofit budgets % of total annual spending for technology, according to the Nonprofit Technology Staffing and Investments Report from NTEN.
Quite often, the majority of that budget only covers IT staff salaries and infrastructure overhead, leaving nonprofits with very little remaining to invest in new, cutting-edge.You can begin thinking about your organization’s technology needs by taking a look at a new book in our library, Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission: A Strategic Guide for Nonprofit Leaders.
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