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Workshop: Support for Supporters: Technology to Improve Your Work Productivity (LA)

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Workshop

Date: June 14, 2017
Time: 9:30-1:00
Where: Windward School (map)

Fee: $185 Members; ($275 Non-members)

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Support for Supporters: Technology to Improve Your Work Productivity (LA)

Have you wanted to learn about Google Apps and other online technology tools, but don’t know where to start? In this hands-on and interactive workshop, you will explore and practice with online tools and resources available through Google Apps and Chrome to improve your work productivity. Geared for Administrative Assistants and other support staff that have a Gmail account, Google Apps, Google Calendar, and have access to the Google Chrome browser (available free online), to help executives and managers at any level to increase their efficiency and effectiveness. Overwork, stress and franticness have a cause and, once under control, actual productivity will replace uncontrolled, counterproductive motion. This workshop will give you precise, applicable technology tools and tips ready for immediate implementation.

This workshop will focus on online technology tools in 3 areas:

  • Communication: email, appointment setting and management, and information gathering.
  • Time management: calendaring, reminders and task management, to-do lists, and more.
  • Work productivity: information collection and organization, file management, task completion, and Google Forms.

Note: A laptop or other device is not required. However, if you use a laptop for work, you are highly encouraged to bring it to this workshop.

Space is limited to 20 participants.  Please register early.

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Facilitator

Lisa Lamont

Lisa Lamont

Educational Technology Coordinator, Windward School
Lisa is the Educational Technology Specialist and Middle School Game Design and Programming Teacher at Windward School in West Los Angeles. She began at Windward in 2009 working to incorporate technology and active learning into the science curriculum. In 2012 Lisa began working to incorporate authentic learning experiences into the science classroom. Lisa has presented at several conferences including ATLIS, AAPT, InTELA Tech Day, USM Summer Spark, San Diego CUE, and is a featured presenter and consultant for Education Technology Recruiting.
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