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Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE
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Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE

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Ed Bilodeau
Web Services Librarian
edward.bilodeau@mcgill.ca

Sarah Severson
Digitization & Preservation Librarian
sarah.severson@mcgill.ca

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Congrès des milieux documentaires du Québec
Novmeber 25, Montréal, Québec

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  • 1. Harnessing new technologies to get things DONE Ed Bilodeau Sarah Severson Web Services Librarian edward.bilodeau@mcgill.ca Digitization & Preservation Librarian sarah.severson@mcgill.ca
  • 2. http://bit.ly/cmd2013newtech
  • 3. Our philosophy When considering new tech/tools, always start with a understanding of what you need to do How are you currently doing this thing? What aspects are working well? What aspect do you want to improve?
  • 4. Choosing a meeting time (Doodle)
  • 5. Managing multiple accounts (HootSuite)
  • 6. Automate (some) of your interactions
  • 7. Extend your interaction http://www.youtube.com/user/whitehouse
  • 8. Multiple Google identities
  • 9. Capture everything
  • 10. Taking notes – iAwriter/Notepad++, Dropbox
  • 11. News reader, RSS Feeds - Feedly
  • 12. News reader, RSS Feeds - Feedly
  • 13. Scanning social networks for news – Flipboard (iOS)
  • 14. Reading - Instapaper
  • 15. Reading - Instapaper
  • 16. Bookmarks - Pinboard
  • 17. Scanning / reading / saving / sharing Feedly Hootsuite Flipboard Weblog Instapaper Firefox Pinboard
  • 18. Manage and share your research
  • 19. Generating ideas / sense making - XMind
  • 20. Easy data visualization
  • 21. Screenshot + Annotation
  • 22. Sharing design ideas / mood boards - Pinterest
  • 23. Generic web publishing  Google sites (sites.google.com)  Integrates with Google universe…  Blogger  WordPress  Tumblr
  • 24. Publishing ebooks - PressBooks
  • 25. Real-time, collaborative note-taking
  • 26. Real-time, collaborative note-taking
  • 27. Real-time, collaborative note-taking
  • 28. Show off what you have
  • 29. Archiving your citations – perma.cc http://perma.cc/
  • 30. Embed some metadata
  • 31. Portable file distribution - LibraryBox
  • 32. In conclusion…
  • 33. Don't forget about your existing tools!  Have you fully explored what your existing tools can do?  ex: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook  Often easier to accomplish a given task with an existing tool rather than have one more tool/app to worry about.  Don't forget about your OS and your computer!  Getting better at the basics will have an impact on everything else you do  Try to regularly learn something about your existing tools.
  • 34. Risks of using third-party services  How safe is your personal information/data?  Private?  Secure?  Can be archived? Preserved?  What kind of support do you have if something goes wrong?  Collaborative tools: are other users forced to sign up?  Remember: what is ok for you might not be ok for work!
  • 35. http://bit.ly/cmd2013newtech

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