InfoForum schedule announced for Fall

logo for a lecture seriesCampus and Community Relations (CCR) is announcing its Fall 2018 InfoForum schedule.

The InfoForum is an opportunity for employees to share new projects or initiatives, learn more about what’s going on in other areas of Emory Libraries and information technology, and collaborate and connect with their colleagues.

In an effort to bring broadly diverse content to the meeting, the team has created a new format for the InfoForum in which each session features a trio of 20-minute presentations: one from Emory Libraries, one from Emory IT, and one from outside of LITS.

“We are very excited about the lineup of speakers,” said CCR Director Leslie Wingate. “Our hope is that our staff will view these sessions as a must-see event each month.”

Each InfoForum will also be live-streamed and rebroadcast, similar to the way the IT Briefings are presented. There will also be some light refreshments at each meeting.

Here is the Fall lineup:

September 13, 1 pm – 2 pm, Jones Room, Woodruff Library

  • Pellom McDaniel (Library – Rose)
  • Sharon Gregory (LITS – Service Desk/ServiceNow)
  • Taylor Spicer (Emory – Sustainability)

October 11, 10 am – 11 am, Jones Room, Woodruff Library

  • Anita Vannucci (Library – Rose)
  • Wayne Morse (LITS – ECDS)
  • Jason Reynolds (Emory – Emory Police Department)

November 15, 1 pm – 2 pm, Jones Room, Woodruff Library

  • Kim Braxton (Library – ATS)
  • Marc Overcash (LITS – UIT)
  • Adele Clements (Emory – Parking and Transportation)

December 13, 2 pm – 3 pm, Jones Room, Woodruff Library

  • Leslie Wingate (Library – CCR)
  • Dorian Hyndman (LITS – Wifi for the Library)
  • Stephanie Parisi (Emory – CFDE)

We will keep you informed of the many exciting topics that this group will be discussing, so stay tuned!

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