Links to slides and recordings for most of my workshops and webinars are below, with the most recent sessions listed first. Please contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you’re interested in having me speak to your group about technology.
April 18, 2103 – Security Essentials for Northsky Nonprofit Network (
April 16, 2013 – Three sessions for the Ohio Provider Resource Association (OPRA) conference this year:
- Smooth Spending with Prudent Tech Planning:
handout (http://wolber.me/opra13spending), mindmap.
- Improve your Security; Update Now:
handout (http://wolber.me/opra13security), slides.
- Managing Mobile, Using Mobile:
handout (http://wolber.me/opra13mobile), Storify article.
March 20, 2013 – I shared how I’ve moved my PA311.com class “paperless” as part of GVSU’s Teaching & Learning with Technology Symposium. I use only mobile or web-based tools to build the class. (Rotating slides I displayed at my table are online, of course.)
May 10, 2012 – Smartphone Social Media for Events & Sites covered various aspects of using a smartphone for events and conferences. View the MindMeister mindmap used during the workshop here.
April 12, 2012 – Location & Mapping webinar (slides) for The Cook Family Foundation and Northsky Nonprofit Network.
March 28, 2012 – Get Smarter about your Smartphone for the Sterling Heights Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
March 16, 2012 – Google Apps: Mail, Calendar, Docs and Talk (slides) for The Cook Family Foundation.
March 8, 2012 – Mobile Essentials, covering laptop, iPad and smartphone purchasing, along with various accessories and apps (slides). Thanks to the Cook Family Foundation and Northsky Nonprofit Network for partnering on this session. I created the slides on a Samsung Chromebook and presented and recorded the meeting with FuzeMeeting from an iPad 2.
March 2, 2012 – Google Apps: Features & Control Panel (slides) for The Cook Family Foundation.
February 9 and 16, 2012 – WordPress: Hands On (handout). Thanks to the Cook Family Foundation, Northsky Nonprofit Network, and the Center for Nonprofit Resources for partnering on these sessions.
January 25, 2012 - Social Media 101 (slides and handout) and Social Media 201 (slides and handout) for the Michigan Townships Association conference. Note: most of the material is contained in the larger set of slides for the workshop on January 24, below.
January 12, 2012 – Social Media Savvy (slides) and Managing the Info Deluge (slides). I had an odd audio issue in the Social Media Savvy session near the beginning; you may wish to jump forward a few minutes when viewing. Thanks to the Cook Family Foundation, Great Lakes Center for Youth Development, Northsky Nonprofit Network, and the Center for Nonprofit Resources for partnering on these sessions!
December 8, 2011 – “Preparing for the Cloud: Are Google Apps and Salesforce a Fit for your organization?” webinar for Nonprofit Network, Northsky Nonprofit Network and the Center for Nonprofit Resources. View the slides (created using the Google Apps presentation tool). Presented jointly with Ashima Saigal, Database Sherpa.
December 1, 2011 – Social Media: Why? How? (slides and handout) and Social Media Hands-On Lab: Get Started with Twitter and HootSuite (handout) for the Michigan Boating Industries Association conference in Gaylord, MI.
November 17, 2011 – Security Essentials (slides) for Great Lakes Center for Youth Development.
November 10, 2011 – Morning: Social Media Basics (slides) for Nonprofit Network, Northsky Nonprofit Network and the Center for Nonprofit Resources. Afternoon: Introduction to Twitter and HootSuite (handout).
November 5, 2011 – Two sessions for the Michigan Festivals & Events Association conference in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Social Media:Extending the Event (aimed at vendors and performers) slides from the morning session. I created and presented the afternoon session, Smartphone Social Media at the Site, entirely using my iPhone 4 with Keynote and QuickOffice Pro. View the slides and handout.
October 26, 2011 – Four one-hour long conference sessions at the Ohio Provider Resource Association conference in Dublin, Ohio. Managing the Information Deluge slides (handout); Security Essentials slides (handout), Social Media 101 slides (handout) and Social Media 201 slides (handout).
October 13, 2011 – Security Essentials webinar for Nonprofit Network, Northsky Nonprofit Network and the Center for Nonprofit Resources. View the slides with clickable links or as a basic PDF document.
September 8, 2011 – Cloud Computing Essentials webinar for Northsky Nonprofit Network and the Center for Nonprofit Resources (Toledo, Ohio). View the slides with clickable links or as a basic PDF document.
May 5, 2011 - Free & Low Cost Tools (slides online) covered free (and a few low-cost) tools you can use, that require nothing more than an Internet connection, a browser and the brains to use both! It included free solutions nonprofit organizations use to create and collaborate on documents and projects, manage websites, mange data, backup, schedule meetings, and accept online-donations. Thanks to the Presenting Partner for this session, the Center for Nonprofit Resources (Toledo, OH).
April 14, 2011 – Managing Projects Online. View slides.
April 12, 2011 – in Lansing, Michigan for the Power of We: Five Computer Maintenance Essentials for Small Nonprofit Organizations.
March 10, 2011 Salesforce for your Nonprofit webinar. View the slides.
March 8, 2011 Social Media overview for Farmers’ Markets managers in Lansing, Michigan.
January 27, 2011 Five Computer Maintenance Essentials for Small Nonprofit Organizations.
December 2010 – How to Configure Google Groups for Staff & Board Use. This tutorial walks you through how to configure Google Groups for staff and board groups. Setting things up in this way has three benefits: 1) Update the list once when a change occurs; no need for board or staff to individually maintain lists; 2) Members of a list may communicate with the list; lists aren’t restricted to use by just staff; and 3) New members can review list archives.