University of Pittsburgh

Pitt Law 2.0: Creating and Collaborating on Forms and Presentations

Presented by Linda Tashbook, Foreign & International Law Librarian
February 24, 2011 - 8:00am10:30am
University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Library Computer Lab
3900 Forbes Avenue 4th Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Creating and Collaborating on Forms and Presentations

In this second workshop of the Pitt Law 2.0 series, you will design and develop online questionnaires and slideshows using Google’s free suite of office tools.  The collaborative advantage of this no-cost competitor to the Windows Office Suite and Mac Office is that you and co-workers will be able to work together on projects without having to constantly e-mail each other attachments of your group project’s evolving versions.

Also in this workshop you will learn to construct resources for password access only (Examples: perhaps you’ll decide to create a client intake form to only be available for your firm’s practitioners to use in-house; maybe you will make a presentation intended to show all of your staff the routine for processing a particular type of claim) or for open internet access (Examples: your form might be a survey for visitors to your website and your presentation might be a depiction of your firm’s recent successes).


Breakfast and Registration: 8:00 a.m.

Presentation: 8:30 - 10:30 a.m.

Limited Spots are available!  RSVP today by emailing or calling the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at 412-648-1305. 

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