[Michlib-l] Paperless Board Packets

Gregory Hayes gdhayes at me.com
Thu Feb 12 10:14:50 EST 2015


I've looked at Board Docs for a public school system but the price, even for their 'lite' version seemed steep. 

Another solution to ponder would be Google Apps. You can easily set up a site, add the agenda, and also give access to archived agendas. Best of all, free!

Email me if you want help setting something like that up.

Greg Hayes

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> On Feb 12, 2015, at 9:59 AM, Knox,Sheryl Cormicle <knoxs at cadl.org> wrote:
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> I’ve heard BoardDocs advertised on NPR, and have always meant to investigate it. http://boarddocs.com/
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> From: michlib-l-bounces at mcls.org [mailto:michlib-l-bounces at mcls.org] On Behalf Of Ray Arnett
> Sent: Thursday, February 12, 2015 9:27 AM
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> Subject: [Michlib-l] Paperless Board Packets
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> Are any libraries utilizing a software solution to create “paperless” board packets?  I know that we can simply create PDF packets and e-mail them, but am wondering about something that will allow us to create a virtual agenda that is accessible throughout the month and accessible to the public as well.
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> Thanks in advance,
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> Ray Arnett
> Fremont Area District Library
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