Through an arrangement with TechSoup, PND is pleased to offer a series of articles about the effective use of technology by nonprofits.

Four Web Accessibility Myths — Busted

Amit Asaravala  |  June 6, 2007

There's no doubt that following best practices for Web accessibility is an important step in ensuring that your organization's Web site is open to all visitors, regardless of disability. But keeping tabs on what those best practices are can be difficult, especially when Web technologies are changing so rapidly....

Choosing Project Management Software

Don Cameron  |  March 15, 2007

Ask the executive director of a nonprofit what projects the organization is working on, and you'd best get comfortable — you're in for a long conversation. Most NPOs have multiple project running at any particular time. Managing all the associated tasks, resources, and schedules can be tricky. That's where project management software can help....

Beyond the Case Statement: Your Grant Proposal

Katrin Verclas, Marc Osten, Susan Myrland  |  February 1, 2007

Writing a good proposal for a technology grant is tricky. The core of the proposal is your case statement. Beyond that, it is important to address other aspects related to good technology use and sustainability.