Getting Past Unknowing: What is the "Cloud"?





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Published on Sep 19, 2013

In today's webinar we talk about "The Cloud" - what is it, where did it come from, what you should be aware of, but ultimately, how to use it in your church or ministry.

I talk about my five favorite cloud based solutions...

1) Google Drive
2) Evernote
3) SoundCloud
4) YouTube
5) Dropbox


This webinar will the first of six free, hour-long webinars to be offered by GTS Digital Formation in this academic year. In addition to the Equipping Digital Saints series, the 2013-14 program will include "Quick How To" videos posted monthly on GTS Digital Formation's YouTube channel. The first video in September explained Facebook privacy: Click here to view it. Also, Chapman will be live tweeting during General Seminary's two named lectures this year, the Paddock Lectures and the Kay Butler Gill Lecture in Christian Spirituality, both of which will address the interrelationship, in the twenty-first century, of digital technology and religion.

Here are the GTS Digital Formation 2013-14 offerings:

Digital Wisdom: Wednesday Quick Tips
Ten "quick tip" videos posted on the GTS Digital Formation YouTube channel on the first Wednesday of each month.

Equipping Digital Saints: Thursday Webinars
Six free, hour-long webinars on selected Thursday afternoons, 2:00 p.m., Eastern Time, examining both the technology and mission uses of social media and digital technology. The webinars will include opportunities for viewers to ask questions. For those who are not able to attend the webinars in real time, recordings will be posted soon after the first broadcast on the GTS Digital Formation YouTube channel.

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