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Monday, 3rd July 2000 at 1:07 pm
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While training and education in the Not for Profit sector are important, learning the new technology to do it right is imperative. A new web site, TechSoup is designed to help Not for Profit professionals…

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Monday, 3rd July 2000 at 1:07 pm

While training and education in the Not for Profit sector are important, learning the new technology to do it right is imperative. A new web site, TechSoup is designed to help Not for Profit professionals find answers to their technology questions – whether they are an expert or not!

www.techsoup.org is a project of CompuMentor, an American based charity that provides technology assistance to Not for Profits and schools.

It offers technology planning, hardware and databases and also links to information on other web sites.

CompuMentor says while there’s already a lot of technology information out there, it is scattered across the Internet.

TechSoup tries to capture all the information and put it in one place for organisations where technology is not their main focus.




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