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It's Never too Early to Go Digital Part 1

From Obsolete to AWESOME: Save time and energy by using the Cloud to go Digital!

Presenter: Megan Wecker



This series will take you through the steps of transforming the work you already do into a digital process. We are focusing on what you use it for, not just the tools we think might be helpful. These sessions will take the basic steps of program development like meetings, promotion, and evaluation and show you how to infuse these program staples with technology at your own pace. β€œThe systems” change, but once you go digital you will start to save time, money, and late night/weekend trips to the office.



Session 1: From Obsolete to AWESOME: Save time and energy by using the Cloud to go Digital!

-Drive or SharePoint

-Create Google Drive Folder (or SharePoint Site) for collaboration

-Discuss what to include in the folders (agendas, minutes, notes, presentations, etc.)

-Basic sharing settings



*These sessions will be geared towards Wisconsin Extension colleagues, however, the majority of the tools discussed are available to all colleagues at little to no cost.


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