There are plenty of online resources for Rotarians to use and explore.
Here are a few we’ve found to be helpful:
If you don’t already have an account, sign up for one. its free, and only take a minute.
From there, you can update your Rotary Profile, find other clubs, view videos, download documents and guides on running your club, creating a scholarship, applying for a grant, attracting new members, fundraising, and public relations info.
Once you log into My Rotary, you can go to http://learn.rotary.org without having to log in again. At learn.rotary.org you can sign up for online webinars, like Developing and Promoting Your Service Project or Use Social Media to Tell Your Rotary Story. The webinars are excellent quality and provide a great place (especially for new Rotarians) to learn about the opportunities available to you and your club.
3) Document Center
Also requires login to My Rotary, the Document Center
shop.rotary.org is the place to go to find Rotary Emblems, Awards, New member Kits etc etc.
5) DACdb (District and Club Database)
The District and Club database now has something for everyone: Members, Clubs, Committee Chairs, Event Moderators, and District Officers. Members are encouraged to sign-on and update their own data (name, address, phone, e-mail, business data, their photo and spouse’s information). And, members can view (or print) their club’s membership directory (with member photos) in just a couple of mouse clicks.
Your Login is set up by a district admin, (or your Club President or Secretary).