Do you think your nonprofit should consider using Twitter? Helping your coworkers understand the basics of Twitter can help you build trust and show that it can be a meaningful tool for your nonprofit.
This “Tech It Up a Notch” presentation is a complete 30 to 45 minute presentation including instructional videos that you can use to help introduce Twitter to your coworkers as a tool that they can use personally for their own professional development.
Why put together this pre-packaged presentation for you? Two reasons:
- By helping you share your knowledge, we increase the number of nonprofit staff members learning about technology.
- By putting you out there as a tech expert in your organization, we’re helping you develop a reputation you’ll be able to use later when it comes time to implement technology change at your organization — whether that’s getting started with Twitter, or something else.
If you’re interested in just learning about this topic yourself, and not becoming the staff “expert”, no problem. Feel free to use the presentation simply to educate yourself!
How to Download and Use the Presentation
Download the presentation using the link below. In the notes area for each slide, you’ll find written talking-points, as well as tips on how to conduct your own version of the presentation.
This and other Tech It Up a Notch presentations are licensed under the Creative Commons adapt and share alike license. This means that you are welcome to use and adapt this presentation for non-commercial use, but we ask that you keep the attribution to MAP TechWorks, a program of MAP for Nonprofits at the bottom of each slide, as well as the branding and page that explains where the presentation came from.
If you adapt the presentation and post it online, the license requires that you also license it under the same adapt and share-alike Creative Commons license.
Did you use this presentation with your coworkers?
Let us know! Knowing you were able to use this tool to have a conversation about technology with your fellow staff members means that we’ve been successful (and we can let our funders know!) Please send us an email.
Photo CC Pete Simon