Thursday, October 11, 2012
Getting More Out of Google Apps: Google Apps for Education User Group
Four Points Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center
1125 Boston Providence Turnpike
When:9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Note: Registration starts at 7:30
Workshop Organizer: Stephanie Obodda of Brown University and David O'Steen of Wellesley College
Is your institution taking full advantage of Google Apps for Education?
This SIG will explore innovations such as employing Google Apps as an LMS or conducting meetings via Google+ Hangouts, as well as more common endeavors like integrating GAE with other systems. Attendees will learn and share tips for more productive use of Gmail, Docs/Drive, Calendar, Groups, and Sites for both academic and administrative tasks. You'll develop some best practices in areas such as how to deal with mobile device access to GAE, teaching learning and research use of GAE, or handling shared content when someone leaves your institution. Come learn how other schools have addressed policy questions such as whether to enable consumer or marketplace apps. Bring your questions and problems to be solved, and leave with concrete suggestions, new ideas to consider, and a broader network of peers for future collaboration and assistance.
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