• Kopernik — Using technology to reach and support the last-mile of the developing world — creators of the Impact Tracker.

  • Digital Technologies for Resilience Inventory — Interactive tutorials where kids and adults can play with code, experiment, build, and learn. Data Maven is an introductory statistics tutorial designed to spark a curiosity for statistics and data.

  • NetHope Solutions Center — Catalog of technology solutions, products, and services.

  • The Toolbox — Links to resources, articles, and tools targeted at citizen activists (and founded by Peter Gabriel).

  • Humanitarian Nomad — Selection tool to help connect your organization or project with a mobile data collection solution.

  • ParticipateDB — Digital engagement tools directory.

  • OGP Toolbox — Civil society organization, part of the OpenGov Partnership - civic technology catalog.

  • Community Tool Box — Tools for taking action, teaching, and training others in organizing for community development.

  • Digital Technologies for Resilience — Inventory of tools and technologies focused on resilience, particularly in Asia — developed by FHI360 and Rockefeller Foundation.

  • DemTools — Free, open-source software to provide civic organizations, legislatures, and political parties with the capabilities to effectively engage 21st century citizens and build better democracies.

  • Civic Tech Field Guide - Google Sheets — Collaboration by Erin Simpson of Civic Hall Labs, Micah Sifry of Civic Hall, and Matt Stempeck of Microsoft to try and organize the civic tech field by compiling hundreds of civic technologies and grouping them to see what patterns emerge.

  • EdTech Roundup — Roundup of the latest educational technology news as well as a collection of reviews, lesson plans, suggested applications, and professional development ideas.

  • Knowledge Sharing Tools — Originally from the CGIAR team — a collection of resources organized by sectors in international development, including agriculture, fisheries, food and nutrition, forestry and sustainable development.

  • ICTLogy — From Ismael Peña-López, one of the longest-running ICT sites and blogs. Many great links and resources.

  • Digital Principles of Development — Guidelines that can help development practitioners integrate established best practices into technology-enabled program - written by and for international development donors, multilateral organizations, and implementing partners, and they are freely available for use by all.all.

Last Updated: 8/5/2018, 8:19:06 PM