Presented by Jezmynne Dene
Google Apps for Education are web based, easy to use office software tools that are low cost, possibly free, for educational institutions. Google Apps help resource-thin libraries provide key services like email, calendaring and shared documentation for workflow without the cost of servers and IT staff. Google Apps proves to be an innovative and helpful tool for librarians who need to find quick ways to share documentation, forms and spreadsheets, informal surveys, and pushing content to the web. Join Idaho librarian Jezmynne Dene to learn how to implement Google apps in public libraries, save time by using the apps for workflow and data collection.
Audio: [wpaudio url=”http://nlc.nebraska.gov/NLCpodcast/BigTalk2012/WorkingInTheCloud-BigTalk-Dene.mp3″ text=”Jezmynne Dene – Working in the Cloud”]