We’ve had a lot of good times in our Technology On Your Own Terms series this fall. Bonnie taught us how Google search works; Tim showed us how we could make collaborative drawings in Docs. We even made our own custom maps in Google Maps. But before the Fall 2010 series to comes to an end, you still have one more chance to learn a little more about Google products and services.
On Thursday, November 4 from 12pm-1pm, CTLE’s Eugeniu Grigorescu will teach our last Fall workshop, titled Does Google Give You A Voice? He’ll guide you through an exploration of Google Voice, a recently-made-public service of the search giant. Google Voice offers one central phone number, which can be setup to call your other phones based on caller, time of day, etc. Other features of the service include visual voicemail, personalized greetings, voicemail transcription, international calling, and a lot more. It is easy to set up… Learn how!
As usual, we’ll be in WML 306. Remember, all faculty and staff members are welcome, but seats are limited – so please register for sessions you plan to attend at www.scranton.edu/ctleregistration (select Special Event).