Online tools for partnering

The Partnering Toolbook builds on the experience of those who have been at the forefront of innovative partnerships and offers a concise overview of the essential elements that make for effective partnering.

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This methodological guide primarily targets development actors engaging in partnerships. It proposes simple ideas and methodological tools that may help improve the practices in partnerships.

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This online course is a training tool to be used by all persons wishing to design and coordinate donation projects, and all those (librarians, political decision-makers, possible sponsors) who may be involved as direct or indirect partners. This online course provides students with a basic knowledge of donation projects, in terms of both policy and practice. The course is supplemented by a final test, which is designed to validate your knowledge before you put it into practice.

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The Urban Institute brief explores the potential benefits and pitfalls of arts and non-arts partnerships, offering practical lessons and real-world examples to help organizations find the right match and work effectively together.

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The Urban Institute brief provides illuminating examples of how several such pairs of organizations successfully united to expand capacity and reach new audiences.

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This report outlines valid reasons to choose partnerships and offers lessons that will lead to high-quality, long-lasting collaborations.

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This study offers arts providers a methodical way to avoid hit-and-miss audience-building efforts that waste scarce resources and arrive instead at more clear-headed, effective strategies. It presents a behavioral model that can guide leaders of arts organizations in pinpointing their participation-building goals, identifying the obstacles that inhibit target audiences from attending, and developing the most appropriate means to overcome those barriers to increased participation.

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This Urban Institue study paints the “big picture” of how organizations can work together, surveying the types of partnerships, the advantages to each group and the chances for sustainable results.

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