• Technical Division ACS Network Toolkit

    Why ACS Network The ACS Network is the social tool of the American Chemical Society. As a chemist, this resource allows you to connect with other chemists throughout your career. The content is owned by the ACS and it...
    Christopher McCarthy
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  • ACS Network Local Section Toolkit

    Why ACS Network The ACS Network is the social tool of the American Chemical Society.  As a chemist, this resource allows you to connect with other chemists throughout your career. The content is owned by the ACS ...
    Christine Brennan Schmidt
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  • Committee Network Toolkit

    Why ACS Network The ACS Network is the social tool of the American Chemical Society.  As a chemist, this resource allows you to connect with other chemists throughout your career. The content is owned by the ACS ...
    Christine Brennan Schmidt
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  • National Meeting Program Toolkit

    Why ACS Network The ACS Network is utilized to make National Meeting programming an easier, offline process. Use of the ACS Network allows Program Chairs to focus more on their programs without having to learn a new s...
    Kelsey Danner
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  • ACS Network Student Chapters Toolkit

    Why ACS Network The ACS Network is the social tool of the American Chemical Society.  As a chemist, you can use this resource to connect with other chemists throughout your career. The content is owned by the AC...
    Christine Brennan Schmidt
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  • Status Updates

    *Note - You may click on images to enlarge   Status updates give users the ability to microblog similar to posting on a Facebook wall or to tweeting (Twitter). A status update provides a way to share a short su...
    Christine Brennan Schmidt
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  • Events and Calendars

    *Note - You may click on images to enlarge   The "event” allows you to describe the event, give details about the location, send invitations, and to collect responses. These appear on your  calendar a...
    Christine Brennan Schmidt
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  • Videos

    *Note - You may click on images to enlarge   The ACS Network allows videos to be embedded into discussions, documents, or loaded directly into the system.   Uploaded videos are like all social content in t...
    Christine Brennan Schmidt
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  • Ideation on the Network

    *Note - You may click on images to enlarge   Ideation on the Network is a way for a group of users to prioritize or to narrow down a set of ideas. Ideas can be sets of activities or concepts that your group want...
    Christine Brennan Schmidt
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  • Collaborating with Online Documents

    *Note - You may click on images to enlarge   The Network allows you to collaborate on documents that you create  with the  editor. (This is essentially the same function as a wiki.) Several people can m...
    Jamie Heinrich
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  • Setting Preferences

    *Note - You may click on images to enlarge   Your preferences allows you to change the type of email notifications you receive.   To access your preferences, click on your profile picture in the top right ...
    Christine Brennan Schmidt
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  • Navigating Tips

    *Note - You may click on images to enlarge   Here are some tips and tricks to get to the content you want.   You may view your groups, content, contacts; and create content by accessing the top toolbar. &#...
    Christine Brennan Schmidt
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  • Logging In

    *Note - You may click on images to enlarge   The ACS Network uses your ACS ID, the same username and password used to log onto www.acs.org (to renew your dues ), or pubs.acs.org (to view journals or C&EN ). I...
    Jamie Heinrich
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  • Tags and Categories

    *Note - You may click on images to enlarge   TAGS   Tags are key words or phrases that sort or locate content in the ACS Network. Tags can be any word(s) or phrase(s) that the author believes will help users...
    Jamie Heinrich
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  • Collaborating with Uploaded Files

    *Note - You may click on images to enlarge   The Network is an ideal place to post documents for review or archival purposes. Once uploaded, the system will generate a flash-based version of this document. The pr...
    Jamie Heinrich
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  • Receiving Email Alerts

    Once you visit this group or space, you can monitor and respond to activity via email.   First, you must "Follow" the group or space. (click on image to expand)       Access your personal menu ...
    Christine Brennan Schmidt
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  • Polls and Liking Content

    *Note - You may click on images to enlarge   Polls and liking content can be used within a group to help confirm decisions. These functionalities are implemented differently, but can be used for similar purposes....
    Jamie Heinrich
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  • Starting Discussions & Asking Questions

    *Note - You may click on images to enlarge   Starting a discussion or question allows users to engage in open conversations on the platform. There are multiple ways to start discussions or ask questions on the AC...
    Jamie Heinrich
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  • Establishing/Managing a Group

    *Note - You may click on images to enlarge   All registered users of the ACS Network can establish a group. Groups are great places for people with common tasks or interests to collaborate on information.   ...
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  • Building Your Network: Making Connections

    *Note - You may click on images to enlarge   The ACS Network allows you to make connections by following others and having others follow you. Following someone is not mutually exclusive- you may follow others wit...
    Jamie Heinrich
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