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Webinar: Using Trello to Stay on Track
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WEBINAR DURATION: 33 MINUTES | RECORDING
DATE: JANUARY 5, 2018
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In the second installment of NSEE’s webinar series experiential education faculty and practitioners can learn how to use Trello to stay on track. Trello is a project management tool that allows users to easily direct workflow and document work that has been completed. Andréa Lipack walks viewers through the set-up and usage of the free version of Trello, focusing on how to create and track individual and team projects, set due dates and manage to-do lists. 

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ABOUT THE PRESENTER


Andréa Lipack received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from Plattsburgh State University of New York, and Master of Science in Education Degree in College Student Development Counseling from the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University. Andrea has 20 years of experience in career services and currently serves as the Associate Director of Employer Relations at the Stony Brook University Career Center. She is a recipient of the Student Affairs Distinguished Service Award for Outreach Efforts and is a past president of MNYCCPOA, a local professional association representing college/university career services professionals in the tri-state area.

The presentation concludes with a discussion of how to use Trello to support and manage experiential learning projects. Click here to access the Prezi Presentation.

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