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Here are some recent threads on TechSoup that need you! These are questions that don't have any or many answers, or discussion starters that TechSoup would like to see more activity - check them out and offer your thoughts and advice where you can! It's a great microvolunteering activity - a great way to Donate Your Brain!
What project management software do you use? "I would love to hear more from nonprofits on what project management software they use, what kind of projects they track, and more about the nonprofit (how many employees, how many volunteers, and mission)."
International Girls in ICT Day is April 22. Are you observing? Share how on this thread.
What is your nonprofit's policy on social media? Looking for examples, practices and policies.
Also, you are welcomed to start your own threads in these forums in particular:
COVID-19: Share how your nonprofit, NGO, library or other community program or cause is dealing with COVID-19. Share questions, advice, needs, challenges and resources here.
Digital Engagement: Discuss engaging online with stakeholders, via email, social media, wikis, live video or any online community tools. Discuss virtual volunteering, virtual worlds, e-learning, online fundraising, online activism, digital inclusion & online culture.
Tech Addressing Food Insecurity: How can technology improve food stability in our communities? Share and discuss your experiences, questions and advice on using computer and networked tech in addressing food insecurity here. Food banks - we want to hear from you about how software and apps are helping you in your work! And clients of food banks - if you feel comfortable, we would love to hear how you are using tech to find and schedule what you need.
Tech in Disasters: Discuss how computer and networked-tech can help prevent or mitigate problems arising from disasters - fire, earthquake, floods, storms or other severe weather, catastrophic power or structural failures, or violent conflict. We'd love to hear from first responders regarding what apps they use, and from others on what they would ike the pubic to use. And if you've had experience with apps in disasters, community mapping after disasters, etc., we'd love to hear more!
-=-=-=-=-=- Jayne Cravens Author, The LAST Virtual Volunteering Guidebook
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