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[Micronet] Micronet Today:Caltime 10:30-noon,150 University Hall

Claudia A. WATERS

Micronet 12/12/12 CalTime

Wednesday, December 12, 10:30-noon, 150 University Hall (Note: meeting is on the 2nd Wednesday rather than the 4th in November and December)

 

CalTime @ Micronet
http://micronet.berkeley.edu/node/34

 

CalTime, a new automated timekeeping system has been introduced to the campus (caltime.berkeley.edu). 

To answer your questions about access and user-experience, the CalTime Project Team will be available at the next Micronet meeting, Wednesday, December 12, 2012.

 

Presenting will be:

Inez Bailey, CalTime Project Team

Yolanda Jaggers - Applicaton Services

Mona Irwin, IST- Application Services

Blaine Isbelle, System and Network Security

Paul Rivers, System and Network Security

JR Schulden, IST- Application Services

 

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We hope that you can join us!  Also, Come Celebrate Micronet!  Bring holiday cookies to share.


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Videos and slides from earlier meetings are at  http://micronet.berkeley.edu/node/33

 

(Please excuse the static for the first minute or two of the videos as we adjust the sound)

 

Claudia Waters

Chair of Micronet



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Claudia Waters
Manager Computing and Statistics
School of Social Welfare
University of California
(510) 643-6668


 
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