Nate Chamberlain

University Libraries
SharePoint Business Analyst
Primary office:
785-864-1895
Watson Library
Room 502
University of Kansas
1425 Jayhawk Blvd
Lawrence, KS 66045


I focus on identifying and designing solutions for digital collaboration involving automation and incorporation of available Office 365 technologies. My work regularly involves Microsoft Flow, PowerApps, SharePoint and Power BI.

Education

Master of Library Science, Administration, Emporia State University

Research Interests

  • SharePoint
  • Power BI
  • Microsoft Flow
  • PowerApps
  • Microsoft Forms
  • Office 365
  • Workflow
  • Automation
  • Project Management
  • Content Strategy
  • Digital Collaboration

Selected Presentations

Chamberlain, N. & Ottens, W. . (10/25/2017). Libraries in the Cloud: Transforming the way we work. Kansas Library Association (KLA) Annual Conference. Wichita, KS. Available Here

Chamberlain, N. . (10/25/2017). Revive Your Intranet: Content Strategy & Digital Collaboration. Kansas Library Association (KLA) Annual Conference. Wichita, KS. Available Here

Chamberlain, N. & Walther, J. . (10/25/2017). The Fundamental Aspects of Library Project Management: A Hands-On Examination of Library Applications. Kansas Library Association (KLA) Annual Conference. Wichita, KS. Available Here

Chamberlain, N. & Ottens, W. . (10/20/2017). Libraries in the Cloud: Transforming the way we work. Kansas/Western-Missouri Chapter of Special Libraries Association Fall Conference. Kansas City, MO. Available Here

Chamberlain, N. . (09/16/2017). Let Microsoft Flow and SharePoint Designer Workflows Do the Work. SharePoint Saturday. Kansas City, KS. Available Here

Chamberlain, N. . (05/20/2017). Let Microsoft Flow and SharePoint Designer Workflows Do the Work. SharePoint Saturday. Baltimore, MD. Available Here

Chamberlain, N. . (04/22/2017). Upgrading Your Intranet: Planning and Building a New Intranet in SharePoint. SharePoint Saturday. Omaha, NE. Available Here


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