BiblioTech : why libraries matter more than ever in the age of Google
Palfrey, John G. (John Gorham), 1972-, author
Computers in libraries (Magazine) : complete coverage of library information technology
Invent to learn : making, tinkering, and engineering in the classroom
Martinez, Sylvia Libow, author.
Leading from the library : help your school community thrive in the digital age
Miller, Shannon (Shannon McClintock), author.
Licensing digital content : a practical guide for librarians
Harris, Lesley Ellen
Reimagining collaboration : Slack, Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and the post-COVID world of work
Simon, Phil, author
Microsoft Teams. Slack. Zoom. Google Workspace. Every day, hundreds of millions of people use these über-popular collaboration tools, but only in decidedly limited ways: as email and Skype replacements. Because these folks are merely scratching the surface of what these robust collaboration hubs can do, they fail to realize their massive benefits. Blame ignorance, not malice. With rare exception, organizations, executives, and rank-and-file employees have historically worked in piecemeal fashions. They have lacked a holistic framework to fully understand the remarkable power of these applications, much less unleash them. At least until now.--Amazon.ca.
Rituals for virtual meetings : creative ways to engage people and strengthen relationships
Ozenc, Kursat, 1979- author.
"The COVID-19 pandemic pushed us all forward into a world of virtual work and teams. However, humanity craves deeper relationships than that which is typically achieved during a Zoom call. Rituals for Virtual Meetings will help you unlock how virtual interactions work, and how to build, grow, and sustain meaningful relationships at work (and beyond) in an increasingly online world. This book is structured around the life cycle of a relationship: from introductions to working together to navigating difficult interactions. The book showcases behavioral strategies of virtual habits, norms, and rituals, collected from a diverse set of companies and communities. Rituals for Virtual Meetings reveals surprising insights--unveiling connections from gaming communities to stand-up comedy, moviemaking to behavioral science. Rituals for Virtual Meetings will help managers with direct reports in distributed locations build trust and rapport amongst team members. Employees will learn to facilitate better interactions with project partners and customers. Community leaders can use Virtual Rituals to activate an increasingly virtual member base. Teachers juggling virtual and in-person instruction can implement the strategies in this book to create a healthy community in uncertain times. Leaders and team members of all kinds need Rituals for Virtual Meetings to thrive in our evolving world."
Virtual team success : a practical guide for working and leading from a distance
DeRosa, Darleen M., 1970- author.