“Google Gives Students a Portable Voice” by Josh Fischman, The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Wired Campus May 14, 2010

This article, “Google Gives Students a Portable Voice” appeared in The Chronicle of Higher Education’s Wired Campus on-line publication. The article briefly introduces Google Voice and the advantages of being a user, getting voice mail sent to an e-mail address, sending free text messages, and reading voice-mail transcriptions, rather than listening to messages. The article reminded me that I have been using Google Voice for about a year.  It is a great tool, especially for the newly starting MBA student. Adding a new network of colleagues adds another level of complexity to staying connected. Google Voice can help. 

I recommend that you take a few minutes to read this brief article.  Please feel free to add your comments below or to share this post with your colleagues.

For additional information see Google Voice for Dummies by Bud Smith and Chris Dannen or visit Bud’s Blog, Google Places Daily.


Rodney G. Alsup, D.B.A., CPA, CITP
Founder of MyeEMBA.com

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