The Productive Scholar – BONUS: Google Drive for Faculty, Staff, and Graduate Students

Productivity Bonus! Registration required
Topic: Google Drive  for Faculty, Staff, and Graduate Students: Information google-driveSessions
Wednesday, February 12, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Monday, February 17, 4:00pm – 5:00pm

Mark Ratliff (OIT/ATS)
McGraw Center Classroom, Frist 330

Please click on one of the above links to register for a Google Drive Information session.

Topic description: In this presentation, Mark Ratliff (OIT), will provide an overview of the recent launch of Google Drive for Faculty, Staff, and Graduate Students, including how to request an account, the account provisioning process, available apps, and cloud storage. Mark will also address questions related to University IT policy and the launch.

Speaker: Mark Ratliff, is the Associate Director for Academic Technology Services in the OIT. Mark’s recent projects have focused on evaluating enterprise IT services hosted in “the cloud”. Mark led the effort to upgrade Princeton’s video asset management system and is also involved in rollout of OIT’s new Drupal web content management system, both of which make use of cloud based services. Mark is also leading the technical effort to build the Open Access Repository for faculty journal articles.

Want to learn more about Princeton Google Drive and creating an account?  Check out the OIT video tutorials here.

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