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Online Collaboration Tools for Small Charities

15/10/2020 @ 14:00 - 16:00

About this Event: With many of us continuing to work remotely and delivering services online, how can we continue to effectively collaborate both internally and externally? Admittedly harder, it’s still possible to recreate the buzz of a face to face meeting, post-it note exercise, water cooler moments using some key online tools.  This session will introduce a range of free or low-cost and easy-to-use digital tools including real-time document editing, chat, and conversation tools, data collection forms, and interactive whiteboard tools. They will demo these tools, building in some hands-on time so you can try them out and identify what will work for you, gaining confidence to implement in your own work. Follow up 1:1 support will be available.

Is this training for me?: This course is for anyone who works for a small charity or community group in London and wants to learn some new digital tools to help them collaborate with others online. Participants will need to join from a laptop or PC to be able to participate in the hands-on exercises.

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Format: Online interactive group training: This is an online interactive live training session. You’ll take part in multiple interactive exercises. These may include breakout room discussions, use of collaborative tools, and polls or quizzes. You’ll be asked to complete individual tasks online or offline, which may include peer-group feedback. You may also be asked to complete a task before or after the session. They will be trying their best to give you a good classroom experience. Please join with video and bring your ideas, creativity, and challenges to share.

Trainer/s: Sorrel Parsons is our Digital Adviser & Training Manager at Superhighways and has 15 years experience in supporting charities, community organisations and volunteers in the UK to communicate with the people that matter to them, demonstrate their impact and raise funds. Sorrel is a fan of making digital work on a shoestring.

Kate White has managed Superhighways for over 20 years and has extensive experience in supporting small charities and community organisations to be more efficient and effective using digital technology for social impact.

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14:00 - 16:00