TILTed Tech Mini-Conference: Working Effectively and Efficiently Online
With a blend of people working on campus and remotely, we are presented with new challenges to communicate effectively. Safely setting up your technology at home, collaborating with virtual based teams, and organizing your work can create additional stress. Learn strategies and tips for a more efficient online working environment.
1:00 – 1:45 | Securing Your Home Network
Presented by: Jessica Orth-States (Technology Services)
Your home network is more important than ever now that it’s your family’s gateway to school, work, entertainment, and so much more. It’s also a gateway to the sensitive and private information at FHSU. Learn more about protecting internet connected devices at home, how cyber-attacks have changed in 2020, and what we can do to keep the internet (and FHSU!) safe for everyone.
2:00 – 2:45 | Using Microsoft Teams Effectively
Presented by: Sarah Taggart (Technology Services)
Enable yourself to be productive and secure from anywhere using Microsoft Teams. In this session, we will review and guide you through the Microsoft Teams application as well as some of the features available that can assist you to use it more effectively.
3:00 – 3:45 | Microsoft Teams in Action
Presented by: Stacey Lang (International Student Services)
With so many online tools at your disposal, it can be difficult to determine which one will work best for your needs. In this session, learn how one department successfully implemented Microsoft Teams to communicate more seamlessly, work on collaborative content, and coordinate with other offices for a more streamlined process for sharing information.
TILTed Tech is a series of mini-conferences for faculty and staff development that inspire teaching, scholarship and technology. The series is sponsored by Teaching Innovation and Learning Technologies (TILT), Forsyth Library, and Technology Services.
Video recordings of all sessions: https://app.vidgrid.com/content/u7dKyjFPYlUe
Register at http://bit.ly/TILTedOct27