[internetworkers] Call for session proposals for 2011 NCTech4Good Conference
hallman at email.unc.edu
Tue Nov 9 15:41:38 EST 2010
I know many of you work with nonprofits and have a good idea of things
they need to know. Think about what you wish more nonprofit people could
do better using technology. -- Judy Hallman
We're writing to invite you, as a member of the technology or nonprofit
* submit a session proposal for the 2011 NCTech4Good Conference,
* forward this invitation to those you know who might be interested in
the opportunity to present, and/or
* send us suggestions on others who'd be interested in receiving this
By now, you've probably heard about the NCTech4Good Conference
<http://www.nctech4good.org/>, /Technology Solutions for Nonprofits/, to
be held April 15, 2011 in Chapel Hill.
If not, the NCTech4Good Conference is an annual day-long event that
offers information and networking for staff, consultants, and volunteers
for all North Carolina nonprofits and similar organizations. The
conference sessions include case studies, workshops, and panel
discussions. Topics focus on practical information at different levels
of expertise to help organizations solve everyday problems and meet
their goals. Participants learn from leaders in the field and from each
other, while also strengthening the NCTech4Good network.
Review ideas for sessions
and last year's agenda online <http://nctech4good.org/2010/agenda>, and
then register on the website <http://nctech4good.org/user/register> and
submit your proposal
<http://nctech4good.org/civicrm/event/register?reset=1&id=9> by December
10, 2010. Note that you must register on the website and be logged in to
submit the form.
We'll use feedback from last year's conference to guide us as we decide
which sessions to cover in each track (Tools, Solutions, and Emerging
Technologies). Sessions are 60 minutes. It's your decision how that time
will be spent, but we recommend that you plan for plenty of Q/A and
We'll notify you by January 28, 2011, whether your session was selected
Please email info at nctech4good.org <mailto:info at nctech4good.org> if you
have any questions or suggestions.
Thank you and we look forward to reviewing your session proposals.
The NCTech4Good Conference Team <http://nctech4good.org/leaders>
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