Hands on the Table: iPad & eReader Faculty/Staff Workshop Thursday, 12/13, 12:30-3pm

On Thurs., December 13th, the Library & TLTC are hosting a drop-in workshop for Faculty & Staff called Hands on the Table(t): Exploring Tablet Technology.

Faculty & Staff:  Are you curious about the iPad, Android Tab, Kindle Fire, Nook or other tablets and eReaders?  Interested in learning more about tablet technology, trying out new apps, or integrating mobile devices into your teaching?

Come to the Tablet Expo!  During this hands-on, “sandbox” workshop, staff from the TLTC and Library will share tips on effectively using tablets inside and outside the classroom and give you a chance to explore and test-drive various devices.  Staff will do mini-presentations throughout the workshop on great apps for productivity, research, travel, reading/ebooks, and education & teaching tools.  Come to learn or come to play!

Advanced registration is encouraged, but feel free to drop by anytime between 12:30pm and 3:00pm and stay as long as you like.  We encourage you to bring your own device from home–as well as your questions–with you.

What: Hands on the Table(t): Exploring Tablet Technology

When: Thursday December 13th, 12:30pm to 3:00pm

Where: TLTC Conference Room (lower level of the Library)

Who: Library and TLTC staff will act as your guides & answer your questions.

Click on the workshop title to register. Attendees will receive a $7 lunch voucher for the Hub, generously provided by UUP.

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Posted on December 13, 2012, in classes, ebooks, Events. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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