Join Our Wiki Carnival!

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David Wilcox and I are running a Wiki Carnival to collect resources on using social media and Web 2.0 tools in nonprofits. David runs the Social Media Wiki and he and I are trying to work together more closely to build a collaborative pool of information and resources for nonprofits to use related to social media. We're also trying to build a larger community of practice that connects technology stewards and others together.


To participate in the Carnival, you can:



You can either e-mail me (michelemmartin at gmail dot com) or you can edit this page and post your information right here. Just click on the "Edit This Page" button at the top and then enter the password (nptech). Add your edits and then click on the save button at the bottom of the page.


To learn more about our Wiki Carnival, read our posts here and here.


Post Resources Below

Wild Apricot Blog Article on Promoting your Cause in Facebook


Beginner's Guide to Facebook for nonprofits from Wild Apricot Blog


UK Examples of Social Media Used in Nonprofits from Steve Bridger, via David Wilcox.


Via Nancy White, Picnik lets you edit photos directly in Flickr and other online photo sharing sites.


posts tagged "SocialSoftware" on Using Wiki in Education


TechSoup Article on using Charity Badges/Widgets for Fundraising.


Top 10 Web 2.0 Sites for Educators (and a few bonuses)


Advice on Using MySpace with Nonprofits from Beth Kanter


MySpace Best Practices for Nonprofits from DIOSA.


Three Free, Easy Ways to Add a Calendar to Your Web Site from Tech Soup (Add section on Putting Bling into Your Site, to include Calendars, Widgets, etc.?)


Office 2.0 Database--list of Web 2.0 products for creating a "virtual" office.


How Non-Profits Can Use Mashups - from Wild Apricot Blog


What is Tagging and Practical Ways Non-Profits Can Use It from Wild Apricot Blog


Social Change Websites - Simple directory of the best nonprofit, grassroots, and advocacy campaign websites