Faculty / Staff Workshop: Mobile Technology: Apps, Apps, & More Apps, FRIDAY May 9 @ 12:30

The Library and TLTC invite you to explore mobile technologies and apps in our next workshop.

Want to learn about different types of apps that will work with your mobile devices and  can potentially make your life easier? Then this workshop is for you.  There will be time for sharing and discussion and play.

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Mobile Technology: Apps, Apps, & More Apps

PresenterJohn Sicat

Do you have a mobile device (Netbook/Chromebook, Smartphone, Tablet, Wearable Techs, etc.) but feel like you’re not using it to its utmost capacity? This workshop will help you turn your mobile device into your virtual assistant! Ideally, by the end of this workshop, you will understand the ins and outs of your mobile devices, get a feel for what add-ons you can purchase to turn your device into a well-oiled machine (and make you look like a tech genius!), and hopefully introduce you to new useful apps you can utilize immediately! This workshop will give you ample time to download some apps, address your questions regarding each of your devices, and turn you into a mobile expert. The workshop will be open for discussion so that others can share their favorite apps and hardware as well.

NEW Date/Time:  Friday, May 9, 12:30-2:00

Location: Library 1015C DMZ

To register, or see a full list of workshops from the Library and TLTC, visit: http://purchase.libguides.com/workshops

Advance registration is encouraged but walk-ins are always welcome.

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