Title: Making It Happen: Knock Out Daily To-Do Lists with Slack, Trello, and Zapier
Date: November 15, 2018
Place: Capital District Library Council
Presenters: Rebekah Jarvis-Girtler, Outreach and Digital Services Librarian, William K. Sanford Town Library; Tyler Norton, Library Communications and Marketing Associate, University at Albany Libraries; and Lauren Puzier, User Experience Librarian, University at Albany Libraries.
Description: Join us to learn how libraries can take advantage of Slack, Trello, and Zapier to increase productivity and start checking off never-ending to-do lists. We will be discussing how library staff can use these tools to enhance communication amount colleagues, to improve project organization and management and to automate some of those repetitive, time-consuming tasks that might take up your day. Learn how Slack can make collaborating with colleagues at the library quick and fun!@ Trello, a web-based management app, allows users to plan multifaceted projects, Finally we will look at how Zapier can simplify your workday by connection your favorite apps and programs to automate tasks.
Cost: $10 cash or check, covers the cost of the workshop, pizza, salad, and dessert. Please bring checks (payable to CDLC) or cash to the event as online payments are not accepted.
Deadline to register: November 9, 2018
*We will be collecting donations for Grassroots Givers at the workshop. Donations are greatly appreciated! Book donations can be for all ages, hardcover or softcover. no magazines, periodicals, or old textbooks.
Contact: Kathy Corbett, email email@example.com or phone: 518-438-2500
Related LibGuide: Capital Area Library Assistants Interest Group