[COMM-ORG] Two PTP trainings: Voter Data Integration and Membership Databases &, Planning

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From: "Alice Aguilar, Progressive Technology Project"
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Surviving Voter Data
Integration: a Power On Network Presentation by Henry Serrano from
Community Voices Heard

The 2008 Elections are over.
So now what do you do about all the contacts you've made during your
engagement work? Are you wondering how to integrate all this
information back into your organizational database?  Have you thought
about what types of information would be important to capture from
your voter engagement work?

Bring your questions and join us on Thursday,
February 26, 2009 to hear Henry Serrano, Senior Organizer at Community
Voices Heard, lead a discussion and share how they've handled
integrating their voter data.

Pacific - 9:00am - 10:00am

Mountain - 10:00am - 11:00am

Central - 11:00am - 12:00pm

Eastern - 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Cost: $20  =20

Register now


And if your voter work made you think you needed to dig into your
membership database or technology planning process, check out PTP's
Community Organizing and Technology Institute on Databases and
Technology Assessment and Planning:

Registration is now open for PTP's Training on Databases and
Technology Assessment and Planning taking place April 27-29, 2009 in
Minneapolis, MN

If your organization is looking to improve its
database, this is the program to dig in and find out what PTP has
learned from the best practices in the field.

Our Database, Assessment, and Planning COaTI (Community Organizing and
Technology Institute) is designed for organizers who want to build up
their database skills, develop a better understanding of what
databases can and can't do, and deepen their understanding of how a
specific technology fits into a broader vision for your organization
and its technology use.  This COaTI features a combination of large
small group, and hands-on work. While we will provide computers for
training, participants are encouraged to bring a laptop and a copy of
organization's database.

Click here
get more information and to register.

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