It’s spring! Time to clean up the garage!

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Those of you who’ve been following TIPS since its inception know that May is “clean out the garage!” time! (The librarians, when looking at their book offerings, call it “weeding.”) Things, of course, are a little different this year, since Continue reading It’s spring! Time to clean up the garage!

From the Editor’s Desk: Workflow and You

An old quote back from my college days is “…Lecture is a process by which the notes of the teacher get transferred to the notes of the student without passing through the brain of either.” The quote is mis-attributed to Mark Continue reading From the Editor’s Desk: Workflow and You

The SharePoint Migration: Progress Report and Notes

In case you hadn’t heard, our local SharePoint 2007 install is nearing the end of its life – we’ll be pulling the plug on that hardware July 1. It’s replaced by SharePoint Online, the “Sites” area of Office 365 (accessed Continue reading The SharePoint Migration: Progress Report and Notes

The New SharePoint Online Is Here!

It’s here! (Well, sorta!) What? SharePoint Online! What? Content management online, from anywhere, with anyone, with integrated software to support it. Where? You can access through Office 365 via Outlook Web Mail (see at right), or just click here. When? Continue reading The New SharePoint Online Is Here!

Real Support for Virtual Tools

Welcome to a new school year! My place in the world of Instructional Technology carries the multi-cyllabic title “Coordinator of Virtual Classrooms and Communications.” Besides all the big words, the problem is with that word “virtual.” Dictionary.com lists its first Continue reading Real Support for Virtual Tools