CASE is a non-profit organisation formed to assist Australian community organisations in making better use of information technology.
We accomplish this through education, advocacy and technical support relevant to the specific needs of the community services sector.
Members of CASE benefit from a cooperative approach to:
- providing advocacy regarding information technology issues
- developing and managing member services
- addressing IT training needs of the community sector
- provide employment opportunities
- building social capital through supporting the community sector
- operating as a cooperative to empower members
The CASE Management Committee met in Sydney's Surry Hills Neighbourhood Centre on the 11 July 2015 to continue planning the organisation's expansion, as directed by the members at the 2014 AGM. Pictured are Darrell Burkey (President), Steve MacDonald and Amanda Plowright (Vice-President). The photo was taken by Wendy Spencer.
Sharing for Better Outcomes
Join us for a panel discussion about sharing our Info Tech resources for better services and lower costs.
Sector Leaders Tell All
- Roslyn Dundas
Director, ACT Council of Social Services
- Liz Howarth
Manager, Citizens Advice Bureau of the ACT
- Chris Redmond
Director, Woden Community Services
- Senator Kate Lundy
Minister Assisting for Industry and Innovation
Weston Creek Community Hub
ACTCOSS Meeting Room
Wednesday 5 December 2012
3.00pm to 4.30pm
6 Gritten Street
Weston Creek, ACT
Is it possible to have best standards based IT systems specific to your needs within the budget of a Not For Profit?
What's it like having your own IT service to call when things go wrong?
What are the costs for IT systems to address business continuity planning?
2014 Annual General Meeting
Extra! Extra! Extra!
Annual General Meeting
5.00pm Tuesday 25 November 2014
Weston Creek Community Hub
Main Meeting Room (Across from ACTCOSS)
1/6 Gritten Street - Weston Creek, ACT
The deadline to nominate for election to the Management Committee is 24 October 2014. The Management Committee also has authority under the rules of the association to appoint members to the committee post AGM. We could really use the help of interested members in managing our projects and to ensure that we meet our goals.
If you are interested in joining the Management Committee please read the
Prospective Committee Member Information.
Working with CASE is a great way to ensure your efforts achieve the greatest outcomes. When you work on CASE projects your contribution will be spread across all our member organisations helping thousands of people in the process.
Drupal Downunder 2012
Drupal is a web based content management system that is typcially used for larger web based publishing projects. At CASE we have used it to produce an Indigenous Sacred Sites Register for member organisation Dharriwaa Elders Group.
CASE President Darrell Burkey attended Drupal Downunder 2012 in Melbourne which gave him the opportunity to learn from the experts.
If you want to know what makes Drupal special just listen to what the three key note speakers had to say:
Dmitri Gaskin, Drupal Developer
Growing Up in the Drupal Community
Dries Buytaert, Founder and Project Leader
The State of Drupal
Gian Wild, Accessibility Expert
The Differences Between WCAG1 and WCAG2
Joomla! For All
Joomla! Web Content Management System is ideal for most CASE members. We are proud to have been involved with Joomla from very early on and to keep in contact with the developers and community to make sure member organisations can get the most from this fantastic web software platform.
CASE staff are attending Joomla Day Sydney on the weekend of 19/20 October 2013. The theme this year is responsive design which allows web sites to display properly on multiple devices with different types of displays.
Earlier this year CASE staff participated in a review of the Australian Domain Administration, better known as auDA. Over the years our staff have assisted members with many issues related to domain names and have participated in auDA policy review panels to represent the community development sector.
"An independent review of auDA by international governance experts has found the Australian domain administration to be one of the most transparent and effective in the global Internet community."