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Start somewhere: making technology imaginable and usable for small voluntary organisations

By July 30, 2019National News

Many small voluntary organisations feel technology could support them to become more accessible, relevant and efficient – but they don’t have time to properly research and test different approaches or to implement and maintain them.

This report shares the findings from an exploratory study on helping to make technology (tech) imaginable and usable for small voluntary organisations (SVOs), carried out by the Institute for Voluntary Action Research (IVAR) and the Centre for Acceleration of Social Technology (CAST), working in partnership with a small group of charitable funders.

Study findings include tips and advice from small voluntary organisations on overcoming the barriers to using technology; pointers for support organisations; and things for funders to think about – such as how they can support infrastructure, training and experimentation costs associated with ‘digital transformation’.

To read the research results go to the IVAR website

 

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