MEETING TIME ZONE: ET (EASTERN)
After 25 years on the Internet, Angela Crocker realized she and most others with digital DNA have an unwieldy amount of data. Photographs, social accounts, blog posts and old university essays fill hard drives and the cloud. Few individuals truly know what information they have available nor where to find it. Based on Angela’s three year journey to deal with the digital clutter problem, session attendees will learn strategies to declutter data, organize information, sort out accessibility, and make a plan to keep their digital “paper tiger” under control. It’s time for us all to take charge of our digital lifestyles.
Bio: Angela Crocker, MEd, has been described as a pioneer of ethical social media, a business savvy digital goddess and an information organizing superhero. She’s also been called the Ann Landers of the online world, making sense of the sometimes confusing and perilous digital domain. A thought leader on digital life skills, Angela works as an author, speaker and instructor to help individuals and businesses navigate the issues, challenges and joys of living a digital life. From building online communities to digital decluttering; education technology to digital legacy, Angela’s reality-based wisdom is much sought after. She is the author of five books include The Content Planner (2017), Declutter Your Data (2018) and Digital Legacy Plan (2019) and a School of Business faculty member at British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) in Vancouver. Learn more at www.angelacrocker.com.
Free for POC members, $10 for non-members
Held online through Zoom
Email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, February 22 to reserve your spot and to receive the sign-in link in time for the meeting.