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Quick clicks: June 15, 2012

Media and publishing. I spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the Association Media & Publishing Annual Meeting, and I learned a lot. Catch a glimpse of what you missed with:

Membership.

Leadership.

Boards.

Productivity.

Collaboration. How many different ways are there for nonprofit organizations to collaborate with each other? At least 10, ranging from issue advocacy to fully integrated mergers, according to Craig Van Korlaar.

Meetings. Lauren Mangnall shares seven ways to put board members to work engaging with attendees at your conference or tradeshow.

Online communities. Social networking has not killed email. In fact, email is a great way to keep people engaged with a social network, and Joshua Paul suggests seven ways to use email to improve your virtual communities.

Technology. NTEN has released its annual Nonprofit Technology Staffing & Investments Survey Report. Annaliese Hoehling shares some of the key findings.

Learning. Celisa Steele recently led a webinar on virtual events and asked participants for their predictions for the future of virtual events. She shares five of those predictions plus a couple of her own.

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