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Training and Educating with Web 2.0 Tools

The work of nonprofits is very people-intensive. It requires staff who are knowledgeable and well-trained and who are able to continually update their skills to adapt to changing requirements.


Web 2.0 tools can help nonprofits provide ongoing opportunities for learning. They can help staff share knowledge, easily access information and hone their skills on an ongoing basis.


Online learning can be relatively structured, with staff participating in web-based workshops, seminars and tutorials that are designed and facilitated by professional trainers. But it can also be more informal, too. Staff can read and contribute to blogs or wikis related to various areas of interest. They can listen to podcasts or watch related online video content.


The beauty of Web 2.0 tools lies in their ability to engage staff in creating their own content and learning experiences. They also allow staff to benefit from what others have created and provide them with opportunities to ask questions and receive feedback on an ongoing basis.


Understanding e-Learning


Free E-Learning Tools

Jane's Directory of Free E-Learning Tools provides a number of options for supporting organizational learning.

Online Training Modules




Use Stories to Train


Try storytelling as a learning strategy. Stories are powerful and engaging and tend to cement learning for most people.


Examples of Educational Wikis

Tools for Creating E-Learning Modules


Using Moodle to Create E-Learning Sites

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