Matchmaking in the Voluntary Sector: Tasks, Workflows, and IT Facilitation

Bidragets oversatte titel: Matchmaking i Frivillighedssektoren: Opgaver, arbejdsflow og IT facilitering

Ann-Sofie Hjelt Thorsen, Astrid Pernille Jespersen, Alfred Lund Felumb, Line Steen Bygballe, Torben Elgaard Jensen

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Abstract

This white paper is an outcome of Enabling the Matching of Volunteers
(EMOVE), a four-year research and development project seeking to
develop knowledge and tools that can help voluntary organizations
make the right decisions when matching their volunteers. EMOVE was
sponsored by Innovation Fund Denmark and carried out by researchers
from the Techno-Anthropology Lab (TANTlab) at Aalborg University,
the Copenhagen Centre for Health Research in the Humanities (CoRe)
at the University of Copenhagen, and Kople ApS, a private developer of
software for the voluntary sector.

The white paper is authored by the two university partners of the EMOVE
project, with the aims of providing a concise description of matchmaking
in the voluntary sector and identifying the opportunities and challenges
of supporting matchmaking work by means of IT systems. Therefore,
this white paper serves as a guide to voluntary organizations that are
currently engaged in matchmaking and are seeking to develop and
advance their operations.
Bidragets oversatte titelMatchmaking i Frivillighedssektoren: Opgaver, arbejdsflow og IT facilitering
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Antal sider16
StatusUdgivet - 2023

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