Tag Archives: Charities and Social Web

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Charities and Online Communities

No one is immune to the effects and changes on society that online communities are having. For an interesting tutorial on the subject of not-for-profit organizations and online communities see the presentation below by Steve Bridger on ‘Charities & the Social Web: . . . and does it mean we have to change our jobs.’ It provides great insight into how online communities can benefit not-for-profit organizations. As one of the slides points out ‘The social web has changed charities from broadcasters pushing out messages and materials to aggregators who bring together content.’ Enjoy!