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Off-the-Shelf Internet Tools for Non-Profits and Small Businesses

The course
will cover easy-to-use internet tools that are free to use and can help
your organization.  The only thing you need is  an internet connection;
no computer programming, special programs nor special hardware
required. Tools help you reach constituents, promote events, and get
your message out.  Improve your web presence without breaking your
bank.  Subjects covered include: bookmarking, social networking,
blogging and blog readers, email lists, alerts, photo/video/document
sharing and wikis.  Each subject will be explained and demonstrated,
then attendees will engage in hands-on activities.

To sign-up for class, email linton.joe@gmail.com

For additional information, see: http://urbansoil.net/wiki.cgi/internet_skills_class

Location:

Bresee Community Center,

184 Bimini Place,

Los Angeles CA 90004

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