Next weeek we will have two more free webinars! We'd love to "see" you there and learn together about technology grants and also producing webinars. Register for the sessions: http://www.maintainitproject.org/events
We had some MAJOR technical difficulties during last week's Technology Grants webinar, so we are giving a repeat performance. Here's hoping the tech fairies will be smiling on us.
Technology Grants for Libraries 101
When: March 26, 11:00am - 12:00pm Pacific (Noon Mountain/1 PM Central/2 PM Eastern)
Discover the confidence and knowledge to successfully receive library grant funding. Find out where to easily locate grant opportunities, learn a step-by-step method for writing grant proposals, and discover real library grant success stories. Stephanie Gerding, an experienced trainer and author on library grants, will provide practical advice ideal for new grant writers.
Producing Webinars for Nonprofits and Libraries
best production practices for delivering webinars
other organizations who have used webinars to develop awareness and build online community
and how to inspire participant interaction and engagement before, during, and after the webinar
When: 03/19/2009 11:00am-12:00pm Pacific (Noon Mountain/1 PM Central/2 PM Eastern)
This free TechSoup Talks webinar will help you learn how you can utilize online conferencing tools to deliver training, conduct outreach, raise awareness, host a conference or build community with only a phone or VOIP headset, computer, and an internet connection. The webinar will cover:
TechSoup.org is a trusted technology resource that offers a variety of information and services for the nonprofit sector. In addition to accessing articles and worksheets, social benefit organizations can connect with a lively online community of peers for hands-on help, or receive product donations from major vendors through its product philanthropy service. This popular program has enabled organizations to save over $1.2 billion in IT expenses as of September 2008.
--Stephanie Gerding, MaintainIT Contributor