Back to School: Getting Productive with Trello and Evernote

Trello (presented by Brown Biggers, UNCG University Libraries)
Looking for a way to manage projects, either for yourself, or your team? Trello is an project management system that easily scales from one user to entire companies. Tasks are collected and managed via cards, lists, and boards. The user interface is well designed, and easy to use, but has a significant advanced feature set without being cluttered. In this 30 minute presentation, we will cover some of the Trello essentials and give you enough to get well on your way to organization.

Evernote (presented by Lynda Kellam, UNCG University Libraries)
Disorganization got you down? Evernote to the rescue! Evernote is an app designed to help you with note-taking, document organization, and much more. Its interface provides a degree of flexibility to fit with your note-taking needs. This 30-minute presentation will provide a getting started overview of Evernote, a few tips for future power users, and answer your burning questions about this tool. Come get productive!

This hour-long webinar will give you what you need to get started with both of these tools. The webinar will take place online from 11:30am to 12:30pm on Monday, 8/29. Please register online at

Questions? Feel free to email me at jedale2 [at] uncg [dot] edu

Monday, August 29, 2016 - 11:30am - 12:30pm