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Project Management

Is Microsoft OneNote the One for You?

How a lesser-known part of Microsoft Office 2010 can help you organize your nonprofit or library's notes and projects

By: Debbi Landshoff

June 28, 2012

This article was originally published on TechSoup.org.

An Introduction to Microsoft Project 2010

Managing small projects at your nonprofit or library

By: Trenton DuVal

June 28, 2012

This article was originally published on TechSoup.org.

Toronto Net Tuesday Recap: Project Management in the Cloud

In a broad sense, project management is a part of many roles in a nonprofit - your job title doesn’t need to have “Project Manager” in it to need these skills. Whether you have to coordinate content to go on your website, organize fundraising events, schedule programs & services or manage volunteers, the basics of project management apply. To be successful you will have to break a big task down into smaller tasks, manage resources and make sure all the work gets done on time.

SharePoint 2010 for Nonprofits and Libraries

What’s new in Microsoft’s latest integrated-management platform

Update January 29 2013: The version of SharePoint now available through TechSoup Canada is SharePoint Server 2013

This article was adapted from TechSoup.

By: Chris Peters

June 21, 2010

Six Views of Project-Management Software

What applications – and kinds of applications – can help you manage projects?

This article was adapted by TechSoup

By: Laura S. Quinn

May 21, 2010

Visual Presentations Made Easy

Do you need to put together an organization chart? Need a flowchart for training new employees and volunteers about a certain work process? How about a map of your computer network? Or maybe you want to distribute your notes from a recent brainstorming session in an attractive, easy-to-read visual format?

Making Sense of Microsoft SharePoint 2010

Update January 29 2013: The version of SharePoint now available through TechSoup Canada is SharePoint Server 2013

April 6, 2011

By: Tierney Smith

Are you looking for a way to collaborate with coworkers and organize your documents? Have you heard of SharePoint and are wondering what it is and if you should use it? This article aims to de-mystify SharePoint and give you the basic details.