NYU Docs/Drive enables community members to collaborate on, edit, and approve documents. Docs can be used for both synchronous and asynchronous collaboration. However, not all of Docs’ powerful collaborative features are obvious at first glance. In this article are some tips to help you make the most of Docs and more effectively work together with colleagues on shared documents.
Searching a large archive of email can yield unexpectedly limited results. The default search capability in NYU Mail may restrict results based on criteria you’re unaware it’s applying. This article details tips for more effectively searching your email by sender, attachment, label, and other criteria.
Learning Portfolio is a service that will help students store and access their academic materials at anytime, from anywhere, so that they later can be presented to prospective employers or graduate programs.
The Digital Studio, a collaboration of NYU Libraries and Information Technology Services, offers a wide range of services in support of research and instruction, including video and audio capture; production and publication; live audio and video capture; and photo, slide, and text scanning.