Spring 2015 Working Sessions

Each meeting will be a working session focusing on challenges identified by the group in the fall. These challenges include managing to do lists, virtual collaboration, collaborative calendaring, helping students work #100percentdigital, working digitally in a print world, etc, and new topics will be added as the group uncovers them.

  • Wednesday, February 25, 3:30-4:30 PM,  Fleck 306: Managing To Do Lists
  • Wednesday, March 11, 3:30-4:30 PM,  Fleck 306
  • Wednesday, April 22nd, 3:30-4:30 PM,  Fleck 306

We will meet four times across the semester on Wednesday afternoons from 3:30-4:30 pm.   Locations will vary.  Refreshments will be provided.

September 10: Apps and Appetizers Mixer (FRC, Premont 110)

Lets start off the school year by sharing your favorite mobile apps. Bring your iPad, iPhone, Android phone or other mobile device and share which apps help you in your daily life. Discover apps for productivity, education and fun!

October 8: Digital Note Taking and Management (JBWS 180)

Conquer your full meeting schedule with digital approaches to taking and organizing your notes. Ditch the filing cabinet and no longer lose your list of next steps in a sea of paper.

November 12:  Collaborating with Documents and Sharing Files (JBWS 180)

Writing a joint report or presentation? Giving feedback on someone else’s work? Sharing a meeting agenda? Tired of passing multiple versions of documents back and forth via email? Explore how collaborative documents and file sharing help you work together more efficiently. What are the best tools and practices?

December 3: Saving, Sharing, and Annotating Online Articles & Web Pages (JBWS 180)

Want to share that great article with all of your colleagues or just find it again yourself? Don’t have time to read it now? What are tools and approaches for keeping track of your online reading and having it ready when you have minute to share or read.

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