International NGOs Leveraging Drupal for Social Change
An ever-increasing number of International NGOs are deploying Drupal, rapidly transforming the nonprofit sector. This session will explore specific case studies of how these large organizations are using Drupal for a variety of applications including field reports, data collection, fundraising, capacity building, humanitarian crisis response and more. Additionally, we'll explore current nonprofit trends, technology strategies, and examples of harnessing Drupal for real world impact.
Nonprofit, Government & Education
Questions answered by this session:
How can International NGOs use Drupal to empower communities worldwide?
What are the current nonprofit technology strategies and emerging trends?
How can Drupal be deployed for real world impact?
How can humanitarian organizations use Drupal for crisis response?
What special considerations should be taken in account for communities with limited online access?
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Attributing site creators
Really enjoyed the presentation. I totally agree with you on the difficulty on identifying site creators. Of course sometimes this is down to the client not want this to happen, but where it is allowed, agencies can use readily available meta tags and standards to make their code provide this information.
I've written a short blog post here http://stuffly.posterous.com/making-your-html-code-work-as-a-marketing-dep on the subject.
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