Register now for DigitalVU technology events
by Melanie Moran | Sep. 30, 2011, 5:14 PM
The fourth annual DigitalVU month is under way. The month of workshops, open houses, lectures, discussions and more is designed to share information on all things online, from social media, to video, to programming topics and more with members of the Vanderbilt community.
View a current listing of events and RSVP.
More information about the month’s events, with descriptions, speakers and locations, is also available on the University Calendar.
This week’s events include:
- Oct. 4: Digital guru to speak on the future of libraries
Charles Henry, a leader in the efforts to deepen collaborations among libraries, especially with regards to digital projects.
Central Library Community Room, 2:30 p.m.
- Oct. 5: SharePoint
John McCammon, ITS, will provide an introduction to the online collaboration tool SharePoint. Towers Conference Room 233, Commons Center, 1-2 p.m.
- Oct. 6: Learning Exchange: Online Learning Module Platform
Anne Marie Danko, Learning Operations, will discuss the many functions of the Learning Center’s training software. Learn how to create eModule courses, electronic audience polling, attendance tracking and more.
433 Light Hall, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
- Oct. 7: Collaboration Tools: Lync and Live@edu
John Osborne, ITS, will give a high level overview of Microsoft Lync, Microsoft’s latest unified communication product. We will then review what collaboration tools are offered by Live@edu. We will also walk through how to setup your password and start using these features to increase productivity.
238 Hill Center. 1:30 p.m.
If you have expertise on a technology topic and would like to host a session, please contact University Web Communications. The schedule will continue to evolve as the month continues.
The month is co-coordinated by Medical Center Web and Creative Services and University Web Communications with support from the Jean and Alexander Heard Library, Information Technology Services and partners across campus.
Melanie Moran, (615) 322-NEWS