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Lori Sheppard: “Creative Social Strategy for Non-Profit Organizations” for the December 14th NonProfit Commons Meeting

This Friday, December 14th, Nonprofit Commons is happy to feature Lori Sheppard (Skylar Smythe in SL). She will be discussing the importance of content, appropriate social channels and multimedia tools to create qualitative interaction with your community online. She will also answer questions regarding outsourcing and social media best practices.

Transcript of the December 7th NPC Meeting Featuring: Ginny Mies of TechSoup

[08:34] Rhiannon Chatnoir: Welcome everyone to this week's Nonprofit Commons Weekly Meeting!

[08:34] Rhiannon Chatnoir: The Nonprofit Commons in Second Life is sponsored by TechSoup Global and is a program of the TechSoup Global Community & Social Media team.

 

Ginny Mies: “Technology’s Impact on Disaster Relief” for the December 7th NonProfit Commons Meeting

This Friday, December 7th, Nonprofit Commons is happy to feature Ginny Mies of TechSoup. She will be talking to us about how mobile technology, web apps, and mapping software have become enormously helpful in sharing news and spreading information about relief efforts after Hurricane Sandy.

Transcript of the November 30th NPC Meeting Featuring: Sally S. Cherry

[08:35] Rhiannon Chatnoir: Welcome everyone to this week's Nonprofit Commons Weekly Meeting!

[08:36] Rhiannon Chatnoir: The Nonprofit Commons in Second Life is sponsored by TechSoup Global and is a program of the TechSoup Global Community & Social Media team.

 

AGENDA

Sally Cherry: “CHARE - Community HIV/AIDS Resource Exchange Project” for the November 30th NonProfit Commons Meeting

This Friday, November 30th, Nonprofit Commons is happy to feature Sally S. Cherry (SarVana Haalan in Second Life). In recognition of World AIDS Day, She will be talking to us about her community health work focusing on HIV/AIDS, the CHARECHeTARE projects and using social media and technology for capacity building and awareness.

 

Transcript of the November 16th NPC Meeting Featuring: Pooky Amsterdam

[08:34] Rhiannon Chatnoir: Welcome everyone to this week's Nonprofit Commons Weekly Meeting!

[08:35] Rhiannon Chatnoir: The Nonprofit Commons in Second Life is sponsored by TechSoup Global and is a program of the TechSoup Global Community & Social Media team.

[08:35] Rhiannon Chatnoir: Today's Agenda:

Pooky Amsterdam: “The Future of Machinima” for the November 16th NonProfit Commons Meeting

This Friday, November 16th, Nonprofit Commons is happy to feature Pooky Amsterdam. Moving beyond live production of shows and professional videos Pooky is heading up a major International Film Festival's busy 3 Day schedule, this weekend - She will be talking to us about the 5th Annual Machinima-Expo 2012 and what it will hold, and also what it possibly means for the future of machinima as a medium. 

Transcript of the November 9th NPC Meeting Featuring: Opal Lei

 

[08:36] Rhiannon Chatnoir: Welcome everyone to this week's Nonprofit Commons Weekly Meeting!

 

The Nonprofit Commons in Second Life is sponsored by TechSoup Global and is a program of the TechSoup Global Community & Social Media team.

 

[08:36] Buffy Beale: hi there :)

Opal Lei: “Getting the Code You Need” for the November 9th NonProfit Commons Meeting

This Friday, November 9th, Nonprofit Commons is happy to feature Opal Lei, who will discuss the why, what, who and how of obtaining LSL scripts for your organization’s virtual presence. 

 

Maybe you settled for freebie scripts that do not do enough or off-the-shelf scripts that include code that you do not need and just cause lag. Maybe you have a great project idea, but you are intimidated by scripters who speak techno-babble. Maybe you can’t decide whether to hire someone or to learn LSL yourself. Maybe you’ve tried hiring someone and they ended up creating something utterly different from your vision.

 

Many thanks to Brownrice Internet for hosting the NPSL site.

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