Which books can help me with my ICT?

Online information such as the ICT Knowledgebase is a great resource but sometimes a book is better. User-friendly options such as Dummies Guides are handy as a reference, as well as for learning new skills.

There are also specialist titles that explain how ICT can meet the needs of the third sector. “The Guide to Managing ICT in Voluntary and Community Organisations” has over 100 pages covering everyday problems. It can be downloaded for free from www.icthub.org.uk. A printed version costs £25 from NCVO or your local ICT Champion has a limited number of free copies – see www.ictchampions.org.uk.

Other popular titles at www.icthub.org.uk include “How to Cost and Fund ICT”, “An ICT Survival Guide for Trustees” and “New Media Case Studies”, which explains blogging, social media and other emerging tools.



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