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PlanScape Impact(s): Business Process ; Mentoring ; Technology Enablement
Last modified: January 16, 2018 Public Report From SharePoint Usage Enablement

 

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Diversity Council Use Case

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Misc Teaming Info

Teaming info

............................... .. .Thomas, yes (or maybe). I have been thinking about what is the best way to deliver training to a non-profit audience (such as Diversity Council staff) which is typically busy and hard to bring them together. Hence, the thought of using Diversity Council's eLearning platform as a possible training tool.. Also, I thought it might be good to use it to document our own effort, ie, you, Brady, me and maybe other people who could join. Virtual Teaming is always challenging.. .Other teaming tool could be DC3 http://dc3v2.dmcbeam.org/dc-programs (login dcvolunteer dcvolunteer). I have been using it to document my own thoughts and what Dee and I have been talking about for awhile now. . .. .Finally, when we do get to a point of thinking about doing some light-weight (hopefully) coding to build a SharePoint app, we might want to use GitHub. I am open to all ideas.. . .I will work on getting us together.. .. .Bradly, are you open to meeting on a Wed. or Thursday evening? It won't be next week as Dee is away. Probably last week for Jan or 1st week of Feb. Thanks..


On Fri, Jan 12, 2018 at 4:15 PM, Yung, Thomas W. <Yung.Thomas@mayo.edu> wrote:

Hi Al,

 

Is this what we you would like to use for your online training curriculum? Anyway, I am glad Bradly is helping you out. We can get together in the next week or so. I am typically not available on Mon, Tue, Fri. Your best bet for arranging a meeting with me is Wed or Thu evenings. How is your own personal training going?

 

Thanks,

Thomas

 

From: Albert Lun [mailto:albert.lun@gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 04, 2018 1:35 PM
To: Herr, Bradly T.; Yung, Thomas W.
Cc: Dienna Sabol
Subject: Re: SharePoint help

 

Bradly, glad to hear that you are interested in helping.

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To help us collaborate I have started a learning curriculum to outline the tasks ahead of us per the following

https://wwwdiversitycouncilorg.litmos.com/courses/library

You and Thomas both should have received a invitation to join in the course.

I will schedule a meeting to get us together to talk.

 

Look forward to collaborating together.

 

Please let me know if you have problems accessing the online tool.

On Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at 1:17 PM, Herr, Bradly T. <Herr.Bradly@mayo.edu> wrote:

Great! Looking forward to it. Happy New Year to you as well.

 

Brad Herr
Associate Analyst
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Phone: (507) 293-1887

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herr.bradly@mayo.edu
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PlanScape Impact(s): Business Process ; Mentoring ; Technology Enablement
Last modified: January 16, 2018 Public Report From SharePoint Usage Enablement

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