COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS AND
EMERGING INTERNET TECHNOLOGIES
with SHERIDA RYAN
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Internet technologies can help non-profits, co-operatives and other community
organizations to educate, fundraise, advocate and develop relationships with their
members, their funders and the public. The session will be useful to those who are
evaluating how Internet-mediated technology might add value to their
Participants will have the opportunity to…
• Assess their non-profit’s technology readiness
• Explore the emerging technologies that might benefit their organization
• Identify and Share information about what works and what doesn’t
**Hands-on workshop which will highlight free or low-cost programs**
Excellent workshop…Lots of ‘food for thought.’ - Past workshop participant
About Sherida Ryan …
Sherida’s research explores the evolving relationship between information and
communication technology and the non-profit sector. Her particular interest is online
community development and she has studied online social action networks, human rights
organizations, health support groups and social economy enterprises.
FORMAT: An interactive workshop with opportunities to ask questions and tailor information to
your own organization.
DATE: Friday, December 4, 2009, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
COST: $140 + GST; Each additional participant from the same organization will receive a
$15 discount, as will those who register for more than one workshop. Student rate available.
Refreshments, tea and coffee served, but lunch not included.
LOCATION: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto,
252 Bloor Street West, Toronto (St. George subway station).
TO REGISTER: To register, access the online registration form at
http://sec.oise.utoronto.ca/english/workshops.php or contact Lisa White at
Social Economy Centre of the University of Toronto
252 Bloor St. W., Toronto, ON M5S 1V6