Browse Month: February 2016

How to Leverage Social Media to Improve Your Grant-Writing

Social media is changing the funding landscape. With the ability to reach out to grant makers, connect with fellow grant writers, and share your own thoughts and ideas, social media can take your grant-writing to a whole new level.

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It’s a Collaboration Nation

In 2015, CDW-G, with eSchool News, launched the Collaboration Nation awards program to highlight the nation’s finest examples of collaboration and successful educational technology projects. The inaugural $50,000 grand prize winner was Napa County Office of Education for its dedication to cross-department collaboration and innovative use of technology to enhance student learning.

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Why You Should Think Big But Start Small

When searching for funding, many people start their research with well-known national foundations. While national foundations typically have abundant resources and grants to distribute, they are also inundated with a large number of grant proposals, which makes it difficult for a proposal to compete.

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Anatomy of a Grant Proposal

Anatomy of a Grant Proposal

So you’ve found a grant that could provide the funding for your project. Now it’s time to write a fundable grant proposal, but where do you start? Grant writing can be intimidating, but here’s a short break down of the key pieces of a grant proposal and articles to get you started.

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