Two workshops on Box will be offered in November. Registration is not required.
Box is a cloud platform that helps users securely and easily store, share, and manage their files. Using the Box Web App, mobile apps, and Bob Sync and Box Edit desktop apps, users can access, edit, and share documents from anywhere and collaborate on projects. The University’s Box service, UA+Box, is provided to students, faculty, and staff at no cost with no storage limit.
Check out the product features overview or watch an introductory video to learn more about Box.
Sharing with Box
- Monday, Nov. 21, 10:30-11:30 a.m., 104 Gorgas Library
In this hands-on session, participants will upload files to Box via drag and drop, the file browser, and keyboard shortcuts; navigate their accounts with the Search tool, Jump to Folder, and the Updates view; share uploaded content by sharing links and adding collaborators; and learn about advanced sharing options such as email uploads, upload widgets, and bookmarks. Attendees should ensure they can access their UA+Box accounts prior to the workshop.
Communicating & Editing in Box
- Monday, Nov. 28, 10:30-11:30 a.m., 104 Gorgas Library
In this hands-on session, participants will learn about Box tools for communication and editing: comments, tasks, file locking and version control, user email notifications, Box Notes, and Box Edit. Attendees should ensure they can access their UA+Box accounts prior to the workshop.
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