NTEN’s Nonprofit Technology Conference held each Spring is always THE place to be for nonprofit techies: whether you work in a nonprofit organization or with one, are totally technical or fell into your techie job, like social media or like wiring an office.  The 10NTC will be April 8-10, 2010, in Atlanta, GA – mark your calendars now!

But, what do you want to talk about?

I have many things that I want to talk about at the NTC because it’s a one-of-a-kind opportunity to talk about ideas, get advice, or hear stories from others in real time, in one space, as fast as you can share them!  It’s truly like no other conference.  And, I always love getting to talk to people that I follow, read, and am in awe of from our sector IN PERSON! 🙂

The conference schedule for NTC has been developed openly and collaboratively.  Those interested were able to submit all kinds of great ideas for panels, workshops, and speaking sessions for the conference.  And now you get to vote on what you want to hear!

I am part of four different proposals and would love to have a chance to share some of the ideas and experiences I’ve had with all of you at the event (even if you can’t come in person, you know I’ll post my notes and ideas on this blog!).  Below are links to the four session proposals, and I’d love your support with a vote and comment on any that you want to have at the NTC!

There are so, so many great ideas submitted to next year’s conference line-up.  Review all of the ideas and vote on your favorites here! If you have any trouble voting or have questions about this selection process, please visit the 10NTC voting FAQ here.

See you in Atlanta for 10NTC!

10NTC: What do you want to talk about?
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  • All great topics, but I was most intrigued by Integrating Social Media into Organizational Culture. As everyone seems to have a different approach to how they use social media, implementing a common practice with regards to an organization is quite the challenge.

  • Thanks for your support! Yes, I’m really excited about that session as well. It’s co-developed with Debra Askanase and inspired by a couple posts we each did earlier this year about common objections to using social media at an organization. We’ll see if it get accepted, but even if it doesn’t I’m sure we’ll have many chances at the event in the hallways and breaks to brainstorm about the topic!

    Thanks again!

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  • Thanks everyone for your support! Unfortunately, none of the sessions were selected. I’ll still be attending though and hope to connect with you in Atlanta!