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Tips and Tools for Technology Planning 

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Webinar Description 

You’ve heard that a technology plan can help you budget and better plan for future technology acquisitions, but with everything else you do all day, who has the time? This TechSoup and WebJunction webinar shares tips, tools, and tales from folks who’ve crafted their own tech plans without too much discomfort.
The webinar covers:

  • Best practices for technology planning
  • Tips for writing clear and manageable goals and objectives
  • Tools that can help you through the planning process

This webinar is best suited for folks at libraries and nonprofits who are getting started with technology planning or would like some help with existing technology plans.

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Speaker Information 

Kendra Morgan is based in Seattle, Washington and is a Program Manager at WebJunction. Her responsibilities include assisting libraries with using WebJunction’s resource, TechAtlas for Libraries. This free, online software helps libraries with the technology planning process and the management of technology. Her previous experience includes installing computers and providing training in hundreds of libraries around the country as part of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s U.S. Libraries Program. She also served as a state E-Rate coordinator and technology consultant at The Library of Virginia.

As a staff writer at TechSoup Global, Elliot Harmon writes articles and other materials for TechSoup.org, hosts TechSoup’s Emerging Technologies forum, and supports TechSoup’s international partners in their education of NGOs worldwide. He has been rewriting and editing the new guide, The Resilient Organization: A Guide for Disaster Planning and Recovery. He’s worked as a teaching artist for the Center for Art and Public Life, the Oakland Fine Arts Summer School, the Children’s Threatre Company of South Dakota, and others.