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Are you interested in learning how to create and deliver effective tech training? Are you ready to take your staff or volunteer training to the next level? You're in the right place!
TechSoup will host a live event featuring three training experts on Thursday, September 15 at 11 a.m. Pacific time (2 p.m. Eastern time). Find out how to create effective training plans and ask all of your burning training questions.
This event is part of our Tech Training for Nonprofit and Library Staff online course.
To attend the event, you'll need to create an account on our learning platform and sign up for the course. Here's how to get started with TechSoup online training.
Birgit Pauli-Haack, a web and mobile developer for Pauli Systems and Relevanza, serves businesses, professionals, and nonprofits with websites and digital marketing. She has founded the nonprofit NPTechProjects, assisting nonprofits with IT strategy, project management, and online learning spaces. In her spare time, she supports the WordPress community as deputy and local meetup organizer. Since 2013, she has also been a Techsoup NetSquared organizer for Tech4Good SWFL.
Danielle Jackson is a communications specialist from GCFLearnFree.org, an online provider of free technology tutorials. Danielle is responsible for interacting with learners across the globe via social media and general support, helping to ensure they know what's new on the organization's website. She's also responsible for editorial review of the site's content. Prior to joining GCFLearnFree.org, Jackson spent 12 years as a magazine editor.
Ben Williams is a data services analyst with Tech Impact, where he creates training plans for tech adoption. He works with large and small nonprofits to adopt technology, including Microsoft Office 365, SharePoint Online, and OneDrive for Business.
This event will be recorded and archived on our course platform for later viewing by registered learners.
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