The Nonprofit Guide to the Internet
AUTHOR: Robin L. Zeff
PUBLISHER: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
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"The Nonprofit Guide to the Internet tackles such a timely topic. And it's written by someone with so much expertise in the field."-- S. Sherburne Laughlin, Support Center of Washington.
"Thanks to Robbin Zeff, nonprofits will have an easier time getting on the information superhighway. Keep The Nonprofit Guide to the Internet right next to your computer."-- Sheree Parris Nudd, Founder, NonProfit ForumTM.
"Indispensable! Robbin Zeff leads us out of cyber-darkness, showing nonprofit organizations how to immediately put the Internet to work at little or no cost."-- Andrew Goldman, Circus Ethiopia--USA
"A pioneering achievement . . . This comprehensive book belongs in every nonprofit organization's library!" --James E. Callahan, Northern California Community Foundation, Inc.
It's time for the nonprofit community to take advantage of the limitless resources of the Internet. This book enables your organization to access the specific resources, databases, and Web sites you need to stay competitive.
This indispensable tool explains the hows and whys of the Internet-- everything from computer basics and Internet research to designing your own nonprofit Web site. You'll learn how to find grant information, fundraise, and expand your outreach electronically. You'll also find out about your legal rights on the information superhighway.
Join the nonprofit online community with this smart and savvy handbook. The Nonprofit Guide to the Internet:
- Surveys the hardware and software you need to get online.
- Explores cyberfundraising with examples from online campaigns.
- Devotes an entire chapter to cyberspace law for nonprofits.
- Illustrates nonprofit uses of the Web with case studies, charts, and screen shots.
- Contains a multimedia bibliography, a glossary of terms, and a directory of nonprofit-related Web sites and addresses.
PUBLICATION DATE: 9/7/1996
CATEGORY: Business & Economics, Computers