Whether you are sending a monthly e-newsletter to your members, writing for your website, setting up a conference call, or simply writing an email, we have resources to help you communicate more effectively.
You know how to write a good letter….you’ve mastered the art of writing concise memos…your newsletters are appealing and inviting….and you’ve learned the dos and don’ts of netiquette. But do you know how to write an effective e-newsletter?
The Union has partnered with Dell, Toshiba, and Office Max to offer discounts to our member congregations. Learn more about these and other vendor offerings.
Web conferencing allows two or more users to meet, interact and collaborate in real-time over the Internet. This includes voice over IP, whiteboarding, screensharing, and many other capabilities. Web conferencing is often used for live presentations (webinars), e-Learning and computer technical support.
Not as easy to use and set up in comparison with Web-based services listed above but free and already included in Windows 98 to Windows XP. Netmeeting has been replaced by Windows Meeting Space in Vista.