Sunday, June 11, 2006
Making Technology Relevant to Nonprofit and Social Change Groups. A Librarian at the Kitchen Table. No. 365.
On Saturday, June 17, 2006 over 200 individuals from community-based organizations throughout the Northeast will come together for the 7th Annual Grassroots Use of Technology Conference. Sponsored by Organizers' Collaborative (OC) and the CTC Vista Project at UMASS Boston, this national conference will provide valuable training and information to nonprofit professionals and activists on how they can best use technology to effect social change. This year's conference theme is Making Technology Relevant to Nonprofit and Social Change Groups, with a focus on helping community organizations to better serve their constituents.
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