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March 15 2011

20:08

TechSoup Global: Connect with TechSoup at 11NTC!

This post was written by Elliot Harmon and originally appeared on TechSoup.org

Are you headed to Washington for the Nonprofit Technology Conference? Several of us from TechSoup Global will be there, and we'd love to see you! Here's a rundown of where to find us. 

11NTC

The State of the Jewish Digital Nation 
Thursday, March 17, 8 a.m.

Rachel Weidinger will lead a resource-matching and problem-solving session as part of this affinity group meeting

International Nonprofit Organizations
Thursday, March 17, 11 a.m.

Shai Coggins from Connecting Up Australia (TechSoup's Australian partner) will host this get-together for international NGOs.

Local Community Organizers
Thursday, March 17, 1 p.m.

Claire Sale will host this community organizers' meetup. Come discuss the struggles, challenges and rewards of community organizing.

Science Fair
Thursday, March 17, 3 p.m.

Be sure to find our booth and say hi at the Science Fair!

Working with a Distributed Team: Fusing Non-local, Virtual, and Remote Staff with Free Communications and Productivity Tools
Saturday, March 19, 1:30 p.m.

Jessica Dally, Evonne Heyning, Rik Panganiban, and Susan Tenby will discuss the tools and strategies they use for working in a distributed team.

The Future of the Map
Elliot Harmon will host this panel on GIS and mapping technologies and the growing role they play in the nonprofit sector.

Follow us on Twitter!

Whether you'll be in Washington or not, you can read our updates on Twitter and watch this blog for 11NTC coverage all week.

 

NetSquared @NetSquared
TechSoup Global @techsoup 
TechSoup for Libraries @techsoup4libs 
TechSoup Global Network @tsgn 
Nonprofits in Second Life @npsl 
Shai Coggins @shaicoggins
Jessica Dally @jessicadally 
Elliot Harmon @elliotharmon 
Evonne Heyning @amoration 
Alicja Peszkowska @alicjapeas 
Claire Sale @clairesale 
Susan Tenby @suzboop 
Rachel Weidinger @rachelannyes
Laney Strange @laneystrange

 

 

March 10 2011

15:56

Vote in the DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards

2011 DoGooder Video Awards

The 5th Annual DoGooder Video Awards are off to a record start with over 1,350 videos from over 800 organizations - that's a lot of tear-inducing, action-starting, video storytelling! Now comes the hard part: voting. Along with the other partners, See3 Communications and YouTube are hoping that you can vote now and vote often to help select the winners!

How to Vote

Public voting is open on  until Monday, March 14th at http://www.youtube.com/nonprofitvideoawards.

  • Log into your YouTube account.
  • Visit the contest website here.
  • Vote "thumbs up" or "thumbs down" on each video by the end of March 14th.
  • Tune in to YouTube on March 19th to see the 4 winners' videos on the YouTube homepage!

And a couple rules: You must be logged into your YouTube account for votes to be registered; Vote as must as you like, but only one vote, per person, per video, per day will be counted; Winners are identified by the highest number of green thumbs minus red thumbs.

See3 and YouTube will announce the winners live at the NTC and the YouTube homepage on March 19th.

Why Vote

What? You need more reason to get involved beyond the obvious two (procrastinating on the end-of-week reports, and getting inspired in one0minute bursts)? Well, fine. Your votes will make the final cut for which organizations win a whole lot of prizes, including: four $2500 grants from Case Foundation, video cameras from Flip Video, a free registration to next year’s Nonprofit Technology Conference provided by NTEN, plus all the oooing-and-awwwing from all of us in the crowd at the NTC when the winners are announced!

Plus, watching these submissions and voting on your favorites may just inspire you to go make next year's winning video!

For full contest details, visit: http://www.see3.net/dogooder.

February 10 2011

17:11

5th Annual DoGooder Video Awards: Submit your video today!

The DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards, from See3, in partnership with YouTube, are back again for the 5th year! The Awards are open for submissions from members of the YouTube Nonprofit Program until March 2nd.

This year, winners will again have the chance to win one of four $2500 grants generously provided by the Case Foundation, awesome video cameras from Flip Video, a free registration to next year’s Nonprofit Technology Conference provided by NTEN and more. For small nonprofits that have small funds in the video department, we have a new category for the best “thrifty” videos produced for under $500. And… wait for it: the winning videos will be announced at this year’s Nonprofit Technology Conference hosted by NTEN and featured on YouTube’s homepage in March. (The YouTube part is sort of like having your nonprofit video seen during the Super Bowl.) Learn more about the contest guidelines and how to submit your video!

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