Collaboration in the workplace and beyond
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Kathryn Millis, Reference Librarian and Government Documents Coordinator, DePauw University Libraries...
Kathryn Millis, Reference Librarian and Government Documents Coordinator, DePauw University Libraries
Bill Helling, Head of Reference/Local History, Crawfordsville District Public Library
Emily Griffin, Reference/Local History Librarian, Crawfordsville District Public Library
Sharing work materials, whether paper or electronic, has never been impossible, but the difficulties in creating easy access for multiple users while managing version control have made most sharing attempts problematic. The advent of enhanced online sharing helped, and now Google Apps have the potential to transform collaboration. What remains is for us to develop suitable and efficient ways to take advantage of these new capabilities. In this session, learn how an academic library and a public library have experimented with Google Apps to facilitate shared data input, scheduling, and collaboration in the workplace (and beyond it) using Google Docs, Calendar, and more.
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