Presentation given January 25, 2013 at Faculty Development Day, John Jay College of Criminal Justice. I gave the second half of a collaborative talk about new collaboration and organization methods.
Slides (PDF, 4MB)
Handout (Google Drive)
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From the program:
Workshops In Session TWO, 12:30PM – 1:45PM
Castles In The Sky: Collaboration & Organization Methods In A Digital Age
Workshop Leaders: Mark Zubarev & Robin Davis – 1.82
Since the appearance of the iPhone in 2007 and the iPad in 2010, smartphones and tablets have been working to completely transform the way people approach and consume information. We now live in an era where almost anyone can possess a device, in many cases small enough to fit in a pocket, capable of accessing the entirety of information known to humanity. Rather than just have it continue to be used by people to look at pictures of cats and get into arguments with strangers, this presentation will showcase a few better ways to create and share information in an always on-the-go world. We will demonstrate mobile and desktop tools to make your life better so you have constant and reliable access to your notes, citations, and heck — your entire hard drive. Stop by and learn how to make a constantly transforming information landscape better work for you and your students, courtesy of your librarians.