Technologies for Collaboration

In this pilot study, Sophia Fu, Katherine Cooper, and Michelle Shumate examined what technologies nonprofits use to collaborate. We conducted a survey with 181 human service nonprofits in the United States. We find that nonprofits general use ubiquitous technologies, like e-mail, teleconferencing, and shared repositories to maintain their relationships with partners. However, the way that they used technologies (not the technologies themselves), varied based on their goals. This paper is currently under review at a journal.