[TriLUG] Registration Now Open for 2011 NCTech4Good Conference April 15-16
hallman at email.unc.edu
Sat Mar 12 12:28:27 EST 2011
To trilug list,
While, of course, you are welcome to join us, you might want to
encourage nonprofits that you work with to attend this conference. The
agenda for Friday is awesome and the unconference on Saturday offers an
opportunity to further explore areas of special interest.
Also, sponsorship opportunities are still available.
Registration Now Open for 2011 NCTech4Good Conference April 15-16
The second annual NCTech4Good Conference <http://www.nctech4good.org/>,
Technology Solutions for Nonprofits, is a two-day meeting that offers
information, networking and social activities to staff, consultants and
volunteers of North Carolina nonprofit and social service organizations,
plus small businesses.
The meeting consists of a general opening session; three concurrent
presentations at beginner, intermediate and advanced levels on "tools,
emerging technologies and solutions"; exhibits of related products and
services; a luncheon; and an early evening reception.
An "unconference" the following day will give participants an
opportunity to "continue the conversation" by exploring topics not fully
developed during the conference, plus others of mutual interest. This
informal setting is characterized by small break-out groups using the
latest technology for collaborative discussions.
The unconference includes a casual lunch, plus an assortment of snacks
and beverages available throughout the day.
The NCTech4Good Conference will be held on Friday, April 15, 2011, at
the William & Ida Friday Center for Continuing Education. The informal
"unconference" will be held on Saturday, April 16, at Duke University's
HASTAC (pronounced "haystack").
The Friday Center for Continuing Education is across from Meadowmont
Village in Chapel Hill at 100 Friday Center Drive, off NC Highway 54
East. HASTAC is at the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute, 114
South Buchanan Boulevard (Bay 4) in downtown Durham.
The cost of the conference is $75 through April 1, and the unconference
is $10. For complete information and registration forms, please visit
our Website at www.nctech4good.org <http://www.nctech4good.org>.
(Potential sponsors may also use the registration forms to indicate the
sessions and conference features they'd like to underwrite.)
Judy Hallman, for the Conference Team <http://www.nctech4good.org/leaders>
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