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Apr. 5, 2017 3:32 pm

Here’s what we’re reading ahead of our Tech in the Commons bootcamp

Generocity and the Knight Foundation are hosting a four-part event series on trending technologies nonprofits can use on the cheap. Ahead of that, our reading list includes reports about virtual reality, social media, data visualization and live video.

A Philly.com article about local virtual reality apps.

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Tech in the Commons is supported by the Knight Foundation and organized by Generocity.
Editor's note: This story has been updated with more resources. (4/24, 9:55 a.m and 4/25, 2:05 p.m.)
Tech in the Commons is less than a month away.

To prepare for the four-part tech tools bootcamp for nonprofits, we wanted to dive deep into the topics to be covered by the series: augmented and virtual reality (April 28), data storytelling (May 2), live video (May 9) and social communication trends (May 16).

Here are the articles and reports we’re reading now.

Augmented and virtual reality

Data storytelling

Live video

Social communication trends

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