Collaboration is a key part of all types of work. Whether you are working on a project for class or with a team at your workplace, you will often find yourself collaborating with groups of people. And, new technologies are always making it easier to continue this collaboration when you are no longer in the same city, state or even country. This guide will help you identify some tools both here at Harvard and online that can help you to collaborate more effectively. Note: If you hope to use these tools for work on client matters, please be sure to evaluate whether they provide the necessary privacy protections.
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Emerging Technologies & Research Librarian
Areeda Hall 504
As the Emerging Technologies and Research Librarian, Carli Spina teaches classes on legal research and technology topics, conducts research consultations, develops guides to both substantive law and technological topics, and works on a wide range of web projects for the Harvard Law School Library.
Disability Law; Intellectual Property Law
I'm the Learning Technologist in the Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum Solutions department at the Harvard Law School Library. I'm interested in UX, online course design, pedagogical innovation, and emerging technologies.
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