Curriculum Options

Social Media Topics:

  • Social Media 101: Basic Strategies and Tool Options
  • Social Media 201: Examples and Case Studies
  • Measure Twice and Cut Once: Creating a Social Media Plan
  • Supporting Free Agents/Online Evangelists
  • Succeeding with Facebook & Twitter
  • Principles of Effective Social Media
  • Knit One, Pearl Two: Weaving Online Networks

Online Presence Topics:

  • The Mobile-Enabled Nonprofit
  • More Important Than Social Media: Effective Websites & Email
  • If The Shoe Fits: Tailoring Online Content to Your Various Audiences
  • Measure for Measure: Tracking Online Communications
  • The Written Word on the Web: Moving Print Publications Online
  • Reduce/Reuse/Recycle: Repurposing Content for Various Channels
  • Undressing in Public: Online Organizational Transparency

Technology Leadership Series:

  • Systems Analysis
  • Hardware, Software & Networks
  • Databases
  • Planning & Budgeting
  • TeachingEffective Online Presence
  • Internet Tools
  • Future of Nonprofit Technology

eNonprofit Series:

  • Effective Websites
  • Effective Email Communication
  • Raising Money Online
  • Effective Online Campaigns
  • Driving Traffic to Your Website
  • Bringing Planned Giving Online
  • Using Metrics and Analytics


Strategic Technology Planning & Budgeting

What Every Nonprofit Manger Needs to Know about Technology

Choosing Appropriate Technology
Technology for Executive Directors

Effective Technology Advising

Effectively Using Consultants


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Alliance for Children and Families


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Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership of Marin


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