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Free Online Phone Conferencing and Recording

I was helping out a faculty member the other day who had a request to record a phone interview and found a website called Free Conference Calling.  This site is free and after signing up you are given a phone number, conference code and host code that allows you to initiate a conference call with […]

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Using Diigo for Collaborative Research

Diigo is a social bookmarking tool on steroids.  Like other social bookmarking tools you can easily bookmark websites and web-based research and resources, storing them online and making them accessible from anywhere with an internet connection.   You can also share your sites or lists with the public or a group.  What sets Diigo apart […]

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Share information, documents, calendars, tasks, and more.

Looking for a way to share information with CofC colleagues?  Try SharePoint. Microsoft SharePoint Services is another resource provided by the College.  It  is a web-based collaboration tool that allows users to share information, documents, calendars, tasks, and more. Access to SharePoint Services sites is restricted to on campus only.  This means that you can […]

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Dropbox looking to add auto import from your camera.

It seems as though Dropbox is testing a way to easily import your photos and videos to Dropbox. What do you need to do? Just plug in your memory card or connect your camera to your computer. This will send your photos and videos to all of your other Dropbox connected devices. As you may […]

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Using Doodle’s Calendar Connection to Solve your Student Scheduling Problems

Today Doodle released a calendar connector that works with Apple’s iCal. This means that Doodle can now interface with iCal, Outlook, Google, Exchange, and Lotus calendars. I tested this today with my iCal and I think it has a lot of potential.

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