Beth Kanter’s pre-conference workshop June 5 in Chapel Hill was outstanding, with 100% of survey participants responding that the workshop was worth their time and also that it was a good value! The hands-on format allowed participants to map their networks and plan ways to use social media more effectively. The conference planning team is currently working with Laura Quinn, Executive Director, Idealware on ideas for another interactive workshop which we think will be extremely valuable. Mark your calendars now so you don’t miss out on the 2015 NCTech4Good Conference, June 4-5 at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill. We’ll open registration and request session proposals in January.
During the summer, we’ve assembled materials and posts from the 2014 conference. The website’s “wiki,” at http://nctech4good.org/2014wiki, contains a collection of materials added and edited by the conference website’s users, including session descriptions and materials, a summary of evaluations, links to Beth Kanter’s resources and Beth Kanter’s Storify, and the Ryan Boyles Storify summary of his presentation at the July NCTech4Good meeting on “Using Storify to Share Your Work” where he Storified the conference.