Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2019*
Location: Southeastern NY Library Resources Council
Trainers: Marla Gruner, SUNY Ulster & Heather Gorman, Newburgh Free Library
*Snow Date: March 12, 2019
Google Drive is a free suite of products available to anyone with a Google account. It is frequently used by students and others as a free alternative to Microsoft Office and is part of Google’s Apps for Education. We will provide an overview and methods to use the Google products Sheets, Forms, Slides, and Docs for collaboration, organization, and productivity in a library environment. This workshop will cover a brief introduction to Google Drive features with special attention to sharing and collaborating. Participants will come away with templates for use in their own library.
About the presenters:
Marla Gruner is the Electronic Resources & Discovery Librarian at SUNY Ulster and is an adjunct faculty member, teaching Information Literacy and First Year Experience. She is an active member of the campus community, serving as a member of the OER Committee, Instructional Resources Committee, Gender Equity Task Force and Labor Management Committee. Her current projects include leading the migration of the library management system from Aleph to Alma, encouraging and supporting the adoption of OER on campus, and developing video tutorials and other online support for students.
Heather Gorman is the Branch Librarian of the Newburgh Free Library (in the Newburgh Mall) where she likes to use her creativity to make it a non-traditional library experience.
All participants will receive a certificate for CE Credit
Registration is $25 for members (including affiliate members), and $40 for non-members.