Nonprofit Tech Teach-In Training Materials

Thanks to everyone who attended the Nonprofit Tech Teach-In at the Google Campus in Mountain View on January 18, 2012. Below are the training materials used during the day.

These materials are distributed under a Creative Commons license, and we encourage re-use, modification, and re-distribution in any situation where they may be useful.

Morning Sessions:

Introduction To Online Presence for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech Teach-In

Event Date(s): 
January 18, 2012

Join us for a one day training event for Bay Area nonprofits and social justice organizations, hosted at the Google offices in Mountain View, California!

This is a great opportunity to work with three different organizations—Community Technology Network, Aspiration, and Google—offering support to empower you with tech skills so you can magnify your social justice passions and priorities. View the training materials here.

Building a Social Media Dashboard

Event Date(s): 
March 1, 2012

This workshop was designed to help you set up a Social Media Listening Dashboard for your nonprofit or social justice organization.

View materials used during the training here.

Coordinating your Online Channels with a Publishing Matrix

Event Date(s): 
February 23, 2012

Ramp up your online communications with our no-cost workshop about how to coordinate your online communications at your nonprofit.

Many nonprofits find it confusing to manage and effectively coordinate organizational messages and campaigns across the several social media outlets, blogs, and communications channels that exist. This workshop gives nonprofits a framework in which to look at different communications channels and develop an online communications strategy for their organization.

How to Create a Message Calendar

Event Date(s): 
February 9, 2012

Is all of your online campaign and organizational messaging scheduled and tracked on a unified calendar that is visible to all stakeholders? This session will explain the process of creating and maintaining a messaging calendar, as well as the potential value to your organization. In addition, the design of a “narrative arc” will be described and correlated to calendaring strategies.

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