Promising Practices in Settlement

We Speak Translate
Published on: October 19, 2019
The project involved free in-person and webinar based 45 minute training sessions on how to use the Google Translate application, for community stakeholders, organizations, business and institutions. Participating businesses were provided with training and We Speak Translate decals and stickers to display. The symbol on the decals and stickers was used as to identify a place of business where Google Translate was being used and as a sign of welcome for non-English speakers.
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Test Good Idea from Jason Shim
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Published on: August 27, 2019
I have been fortunate to have the opportunity to meet weekly with a small student advisory group and they have provided valuable feedback on our program and our various projects. The students are forthright in their assessments of how our organization is using social media and their insight has provided valuable information regarding their day-to-day use of technology.
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Journey to Outcome Measurement in the Settlement Sector - One Step at a Time - Kathy Sherrel
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Published on: August 23, 2019
In this presentation, ISSofBC's Kathy Sherrel outlined the journey her 350 person, 17 location, and 60 active program organization has been on that started in their settlement department around this concept of outcomes measurement about two years ago.
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Jason Shim – harnessing technology to make a difference in the world
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Published on: August 23, 2019
In this episode, I’m talking with Jason Shim, described by TechSoup as a Nonprofit Technology Rockstar. I definitely share that opinion. I’m so excited to bring his insights, energy and experience to all of you.
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Marc-André Séguin – so you want to immigrate, there’s a chatbot for that!
Marc-André Séguin – so you want to immigrate, there’s a chatbot for that!
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Published on: August 23, 2019
Marc-André Séguin is an immigration lawyer with the firm Exeo, in Montreal. In 2017, Marc-André and his partner Francis Tourigny, launched the first immigration chatbot in Canada. Immigration Virtual Assistant, or IVA, is a Facebook Messenger-based chatbot.
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