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openpsy (www.openpsy.org) aims to make your research as seamless, painless and rewarding as possible. openpsy has five main components that are used to execute your psychology, behavioral, or social science research project/program in an efficient and effective manner. Online Data Collection (Similar to surveymonkey© or Zoomerang©) Multiple Statistical Analyses Software Packages (Same analyses as SPSS© and SAS©) Online Collaboration Tools (For coauthoring and editing) Bibliographic Reference Tools (Similar to endnote©) Project Management Tools (Similar to msproject©) Given the openpsy commitment to Open Source philosophy, the above tools are offered as part of an annual $60.00 subscription package that offers the above, plus the following: Software Forums Downloadable Data in multiple formats An enormous number of Psychological/Behavioral and Social Science resources to tackle the toughest projects. From your class project, honors thesis, Masters Thesis, Dissertation, straight through to your faculty and professional endeavors, openpsy can handle it all. www.openpsy.org (see our Inside openpsy video on youtube!)
August 2007 Living The Digital Life: Google Documents Technical Sales Assistants at UC Berkeley’s Campus Computer Store, The Scholar’s Workstation discuss Web Applications with UC Berkeley retired faculty and staff. If you’ve ever struggled to keep track of different versions of spreadsheet or word processor files sent over email, Google Docs & Spreadsheets may be right for you. Google Docs & Spreadsheets is a free web-based word processing and spreadsheet program that keeps documents current and lets the people you choose update files from their own computers. You can, for example, coordinate your student group’s homework assignments, access your family to-do list from work or home, or collaborate with remote colleagues on a new business plan. Take a tour of Google Documents: www.google.com Visit your Campus Computer Store: The Scholar’s Workstation tsw.berkeley.edu Running Time 8’48″ (c) 2007 UC Regents
Google Tech Talks September, 19 2007 ABSTRACT Two of the most active areas of development on the Internet are the rise of Internet identity, in several approaches, and the bloom of collaboration tools such as wikis, on-line conferencing, Web 2.0 tools, and social nets. Internet scale identity is advancing rapidly in two directions – federated identity (ala SAML, etc) and user-centric identity (ala openid, etc) and offers some interesting opportunities for the integration of these approaches. In the collaboration tool space, the limited confines of individual social networks and the need for management across a suite of tools is driving the need for better integration as well. Higher Education…
www.openpsy.org was concieved by a group of psychologists and professors who are frustrated by the high cost of educational and professional software, and its impact on students academic success. openpsy recognizes that Open Source software can do the “heavy lifting” that many of the expensive packages can do at a fraction of the cost. openpsy gives you the neeeded software and takes care of your of your data and projects so you can access them anytime, anywhere. openpsy also takes care of the software implementation so you do not need any scripting or programing skills. openpsy meets your needs in the execution of your academic and professional projects. Online Data Collection (Similar to surveymonkey© or Zoomerang©) Multiple Statistical Analyses Software Packages (Same analyses as SPSS© and SAS©) Online Collaboration Tools (For coauthoring and editing) Bibliographic Reference Tools (Similar to endnote©) Project Management Tools (Similar to msproject©) Software Forums Downloadable Data in multiple formats An enormous number of Psychological/Behavioral and Social Science resources to tackle the toughest projects. www.openpsy.org
Jeff Keltner discusses Google Apps Education Edition, Google’s hosted communication and collaboration tools for schools.
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