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Google+ Hangouts for Collaboration, presentation by Sarah Horrigan, Learning Technologies Manager, CiCS, University of Sheffield

Google+ Hangouts for Collaboration, presentation by Sarah Horrigan, Learning Technologies Manager, CiCS, University of Sheffield
April 2012

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    • Google+ Hangoutsfor collaborationSarah HorriganLearning Technologies Manager, CiCSUniversity of Sheffield
    • Lets start with Google+(... what is it?)
    • http://plus.google.com
    • Its a social space...... to connect and share with others
    • And it can bepublic... or asprivate as you want
    • Posts areshared withdifferentlevels ofprivacy... ... you choose
    • But... circles... are a littlebit mysterious
    • 3 thingsto knowabout circles...
    • 1.
    • 2.
    • 3.
    • Google+ is more than that though...
    • There are hangouts too...
    • (... whats a hangout??)
    • Hang-out (n): InformalA place where one lives orfrequently haunts
    • Not quite
    • Think of them as aplace to gather
    • There are severalways to get there...
    • In fact... you canhang out from lotsof different places
    • And once youre hanging out...
    • ... theres more stuff
    • ... for you to explore
    • Chat face to face...
    • Edit documents together
    • Present ideas...
    • Watch a video together...
    • Draw a diagram together...
    • Or sketch out an idea...
    • Lets take a look...
    • Any more info?http://www.shef.ac.uk/cics/googleplus