Tuesday, April 09, 2013
9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
United Way Conference Room A/B 536 N. Jackson, Jackson, MI 49202
Ga Ga for Google!
So, exactly what is Google Apps? Why do I need it? and How will it improve productivity in my office? Learn how you can use Google to totally transform the way you manage your documents, collaborate with partners and communicate with staff. Google Apps helps you do it all. Workshop attendees will learn what you can get for free from this Google Service. Participants will also learn about the eligibility requirements and process for signing up.
Topics Covered During Workshop:
Gmail Tips & Tricks ways to organize like never before! Helpful to both Gmail beginners & more advanced users. Change the way you think about your inbox, we’ll show you why.
Google Calendar Collaboration Opportunities Collaborate with your team like never before.
Workshop participants will learn our favorite Calendar feature – not many people know it exists, but those who do know how awesome this tool is for making sure you get things done on time.
Collaboration and Organization through Google Drive Learn all about sharing documents & presentations and how to collaborate in real time using the Google Docs suite.
FREE Web Conferencing Through Google Hangouts – Web conference with up to 10 people (for free) this tool could revolutionize the way you conduct virtual meetings.
Creating Your Organization’s “Intranet” Through Google Sites The most useful features for nonprofits. We will demonstrate how it can be used to create your organization’s internal website.
Emily Rooney is originally from Kalamazoo MI and recently graduated from the University of Michigan with a dual degree in Psychology & Sociology. She is currently serving as a HandsOn Tech Americorps VISTA member in downtown Detroit. As part of the HandsOn Tech team, Emily has helped plan workshops & trainings for Nonprofits serving the low income community on various free and low cost technology tools such as: Google Apps, WordPress, Microsoft Web Apps and more. She has also worked with select nonprofits on individual Tech Assessments to help them implement and maintain technology tools specific to their organizational needs. She has really enjoyed helping nonprofit organizations so far this year and hopes to continue to work in the nonprofit sector in the future!
Maia Campbell is a Chicago native, but has lived most of her life in the Flint area. She has a degree in Human Services from Baker College and is passionate about serving the community. Currently working with the HandsOn Tech Detroit program Maia helps nonprofit organizations utilize free and low cost technology tools to help them increase their capacity. HandsOn Techs goals are met through hosting large trainings and also one on one projects with selected organizations. These selected organizations staff is trained on things like Google Apps, WordPress, social media best practices and numerous other technology tools.
Register/more information here: http://www.nonprofnetwork.org/trainingsworkshops