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Easily Develop a Draft Policy for Social Media Use in Your Organization Using this Free Tool June 17, 2010

Posted by Randy Tyler in Technology.
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This wizard-based Policy Tool, where you only have to respond to a series of questions in order to generate a draft policy, was developed by Canadian Technology lawyer David Canton. To try out this free tool, visit: http://policytool.net/

For further information about virtual volunteering, visit Online Volunteering Tips, Technology and Tools or Pioneering Online Volunteering Program Developer Randy Tyler


Online Volunteering Resource for Non-Profits February 17, 2010

Posted by Randy Tyler in Management, Recognition, Recruitment, Retention, Technology.
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To share his pioneering Online Volunteering work and knowledge acquired over the last 12 years, Randy Tyler recently launched Online Volunteering Technology, Tools and Tips, a free Web-based resource for non-profit organizations.

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Update – How to Upgrade to Windows 7 Using Upgrade Media November 8, 2009

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RandyTyler: Updated Info: How to do Clean install using Windows 7 Upgrade Version #nptech http://RandyTyler.org/u/w7.

17 Free File Exchange Services to Work with Online Volunteers March 26, 2008

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Working with online volunteers usually involves the exchange of files, often exceeding the typical 10 or 20 MB e-mail attachment limits. With limited financial resources available, how then can a non-profit organization successfully work with their Internet-based volunteers to exchange large files — such as those involved with graphic, video or database projects?  Due to an ever expanding list of free Web-based file transfer services, one of which allows a whopping two gigabyte (GB) file upload limit along with an amazing 50 gigabytes (GB) of storage, large video or graphic files can now be easily exchanged between a virtual volunteer and a non-profit organization. (more…)

Five Ways to Use Video Mail with Online Volunteers – Narrated by MYS Online Volunteer Peter Drew October 11, 2007

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Photo of Online Volunteer Program Developer, Randy Tyler, Using Eyejot Video Mail

Online Volunteer Program Developer, Randy Tyler, Using Eyejot Video Mail

Free Eyejot Video Mail Puts a Human Face on Online Volunteer Programs
Eyejot is an easy-to-use Web-based video messaging service that takes e-mail to the next level of communication. Learn how to use this free and powerful Web-based service to bring online communication to the next level with your Internet-based volunteers.

Download MYS Online Volunteer Peter Drew’s narration (mp3) to learn five ways that Eyejot Video Mail can be effectively used within your not-for-profit organization’s virtual volunteer program.

For further information Randy Tyler http://www.mys.ca/aov or contact Randy directly at http://www.RandyTyler.org or RandyTyler@gmail.comRa