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Lauren,  I'm not sure if this Picture will appear on this list as
attachments or not - if not email me and I'll send it separately.

Here is a model that has worked for a few years in our school using the
Google Sites.  As Elizabeth mentioned this is quite a flexible method. We
created a site with all committes listed and a new page for each committee
using the Announcement style page.  Each committee adds their minutes and
agenda as a New post.  By using Attachments you get rid of paper
distribution.
You can use the search features of the "google site"  to quickly find any
pages that mentions a key search term.  You can even subscribe to specific
pages (by email)  or the (whole site).
Only problem with subscribing is that you get "every revision"  too.

Lucie



On Tue, Aug 23, 2011 at 8:05 PM, Elizabeth McCarthy <[log in to unmask]>wrote:

> Why don't you post them on a Google Site where people can access them
> instead of sharing in Docs.
>
> Elizabeth McCarthy
> Technology Integration Specialist
> 802-229-0321 x5224
> ________________________________________
> From: School Information Technology Discussion [[log in to unmask]] On
> Behalf Of Lauren Parren [[log in to unmask]]
> Sent: Tuesday, August 23, 2011 7:47 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: sharing minutes
>
> Does anyone have a good way to share minutes from multiple group meetings
> with a larger, whole staff audience?  We'd like to have the minutes
> available to all, without clogging their Docs accounts, which is what we did
> this year.  For example, the minutes from the literacy committee, the tech
> committee, the math committee, etc, should be available to everyone, but
> sometimes it is too much information!   With the current set up, we'd all
> get minutes daily from every  group that met any where for almost any reason
> (not confidential meetings, of course).   We want to maintain an open
> environment, where it is possible to see minutes, but not overwhelm anyone's
> inbox.  How do you manage it?
>
> --
> Lauren Kelley Parren
> ANESU Educational Technologist
> Mt. Abraham Union High School
> Bristol, Vermont 05443
> 802-453-2333 x1119
>



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