It’s not just your Communications and Fundraising teams that should be leveraging online tools. Many non-profits are looking at new ways to use technology to fulfill their mission, including the delivery of programs through technology. Just as many universities have focused on e-Learning to deliver education to students, non-profits organizations can also utilize e-Learning to deliver association services.
This session will share tools and techniques that can be used to deliver non-profit services online. Looking beyond facebook and twitter, this session will cover both synchronous (webinar) solutions as well as asynchronous tools that are available. There will be a focus on sharing best practices, lessons learned from the education sector, and how your non-profit can get started with e-Learning to deliver association services.
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Tuesday, December 6 2011
DOORS AT 5:30 PM
EVENT STARTS AT 6:00 PM
WRAP AT 7:30 PM
W2 Media Cafe
Free, with $5 suggested donation.
ABOUT OUR PRESENTER
Chad Leaman is the e-Learning Manager for the Neil Squire Society, working directly with people with disabilities and empowering them through technology. Over the last eight years, he has led the organization’s growth of online learning and connecting the association to various rural and aboriginal disability centers. He has spoken at numerous conferences on themes of e-Learning and accessibility, including the Innovative Professor Conference, MoodleMoot, and the Justice Institute Online Course Showcase. His current projects include running a network of free-computer sites in Burnaby; creating an online one-on-one computer tutoring program; and supporting the technology enabling an online employment program that reaches across Canada. Chad also sits on the other side of the online learning environment, completing his Certified Association Executive certification through online learning.
[email protected] | @chadleaman
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