This conference – the fifth transnational forum – aims to continue the work of Sussex 2001, Madison, Wisconsin 2003 Melbourne 2005 and Lincoln 2007 to bring together scholars, practitioners, and students of radio to share ideas and perspectives on radio’s cultural role in an increasingly global media context.
Delivering impact: Improving nonprofit effectiveness
With more than 30 sessions and workshops, the Alliance Annual Conference is designed by and for nonprofit capacity builders, nonprofit leaders, grantmakers and academics. Our goal is to provide you with the resources and tools that will enhance your skills and increase your nonprofit’s effectiveness and impact.
I’ve been finding great inspiration in Non Profit Website Design: Examples and Best Practices from Smashing Magazine. It’s reminding me a lot of the prime advice I received in a webdesign session at this year’s NTEN conference: give clear action steps for everything.
1. Make Your Site Donor-Friendly
2. Make Your Site Media-Friendly
3. Make Your Site Volunteer-Friendly
4. Make Sure Your Organization’s Purpose is Immediately Apparent
5. Make Sure Your Content Takes Center Stage
6. Make Sure Your Website is Consistent with Your Other Promotional Materials
7. Know Your Site’s Purpose Up Front
8. Include a News Section or Blog
…and they have some great examples of good looking nonprofit websites.
It’s a time of flux: new Administration, new Congress, shifting demographics, evolving economics, emergent technologies.
But what does it all mean for media, arts, and culture?
Hundreds of artists, media makers, scholars, technologies, policy wonks and activists come together this year in Boston – the birthplace of the American Revolution – to chart our path forward.
Be part of the Big Think. You won’t want to miss this event.
The Transmission Project won’t miss it: we’ll be there.
We were there. Download the Session Materials
The 2009 Nonprofit Technology Conference took place Sunday, April 26 through Tuesday, April 28 at the San Francisco Hilton. Thanks to all 1,450 of you who joined the movement of nonprofits using technology to create social change!