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The Nonprofit Technology Gap: Myth or Reality? (2010) « U.S. Publications « Downloads
Date postedDecember 15, 2010
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CategoriesU.S. Publications, Listening Post Publications, Listening Post Communiquès
Tagstechnology, it

Listening Post Communiqué #20 | Stephanie L. Geller, Alan J. Abramson, and Erwin de Leon.
Investigates whether nonprofits been able to integrate sophisticated technologies into their operations and use such technologies to support and enhance delivery of their programs and services. Also examines what variations, if any, exist by organizational size, age, service area, and field, and what challenges are limiting nonprofits’ use of information technologies and preventing them from using such technologies effectively.


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