#SLAchat: How do you collaborate?
In his column in the September-October issue of Information Outlook, Stephen Abram writes, "Disruptive technological innovations are creating new opportunities for information professionals to improve teams, workplaces and organizations." A helpful definition is also included: Collaboration is working together to achieve a goal.
Collaboration today is increasingly virtual. In this installment of #SLAchat, we ask you to share one collaborative Web 2.0 tool you recently started using.
Examples can come from your day job or from virtual collaboration with
your SLA colleagues. Maybe your division or chapter is using something others should know about.
Questions to keep in mind:
What goal is this tool helping you and others pursue?
What are the tool's key merits?
What improvement can you recommend from the user experience perspective?
Have you trained others to use this tool?
By commenting on this post, you're turning the SLA Blog into a more collaborative environment.
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