Info Management As Self Care for Groups of All Sizes
November 16, 2017
Tools for Change is a project originally started by Opirg Toronto and now run by a group of our community partners, including OPIRG Toronto, Greenpeace Canada, Opirg York, Community Action Centre, No One Is Illegal - Toronto and Toronto350.org. We help you develop skills to champion social, economic, and environmental justice. We host over 20 workshops a year. Workshop are offered on a sliding scale of $20, $30 and $50 and scholarships are available. Staff and active volunteers of our community partners can attend for free or by donation. This includes students from University of Toronto, York University and George Brown College.
The flow of information in a group or organization can overwhelm the best of us; it can clutter a cause, muddle a mind, and waste endless amounts of time. This workshop will explore how to manage key information hubs like email, online information sources, and digital and hard copy documents. You will be able to establish a system for information that flows in and out in a usable and retrievable way that prevents the loss of information, reduces redundancy, considers all stakeholders, and nurtures self-care. We will also discuss a few popular cloud services, including their policies and other considerations.
We ask that all participants please register using this link:
Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Venue: University of Toronto, Faculty of Social Work
Location: 246 Bloor West Toronto, ON
Categories: Information, Libraries, Research
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