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How to go about developing a database specification for voluntary and community organisations.

How to go about developing a database specification for voluntary and community organisations.

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  • 1. Database Planning
    for small Voluntary Sector Organisations
    by
    Simon Duncan
    Regional ICT Champion
    Yorkshire and Humberside
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  • 10. Organisations
    Multiple projects
    Several Funders
    Reports
    S T A T I S T I C S
    funding
    Forms
    Criteria
    PAPERWORK
    Data
    Information
    Collating
    Clients
    Filing
    Collaboration
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  • 12. Step 1 – Review the way you work
  • 13. Do we have systems in place which provide us with the information we need?
    Is our office well organised?
    Could we do anything to improve the way we work without bringing in new technology?
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  • 15. Step 2 - Create an overview of what you want a solution to do for you.
    • What do you expect the database to accomplish?
    • 16. What are the expected benefits?
    • 17. What will its main use/s be?
    • 18. Who will need to use it and where will they be?
    • 19. How will it improve what you already have?
    • 20. What are the key outputs/reports?
  • 21. Dido?
    Data
    In
    Data
    Out
  • 22. Step 3 - Collect & Collate
    • What info do we need to get out?
    • 23. What info do we think we will want to get out in the future?
    Get
    Everyone
    Involved
  • 24. Step 4 – Creating your database forms
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  • 27. Summary
    Steps 1 - 4
    Review your way of working
    Establish what you want your database to do for you
    Collect and collate all your information
    Create database forms
  • 28. What Next?
    Call the professionals of course.
    Electroville
    A social enterprise providing ICT support and services to the voluntary sector in Yorkshire and Humber.
    Bretton Street Enterprise Centre
    Bretfield Court
    Dewsbury
    WF12 9DB
    www.electroville.org.uk
    01924 488725
  • 29. With thanks to:
    Electroville – www.electroville.org.uk
    NAVCA – www.navca.org.uk
    Capacity Builders – www.capacitybuilders.org.uk

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