Byte of Technology Symposium

Presented by Daemen College Academic Computing Services

Tuesday, January 14, 2014
8:30AM – 11:45AM
Business Building

This morning symposium will be a fun opportunity for Faculty, Administrators and Staff to explore and learn about technology at Daemen while enjoying breakfast together. 

  • Using Google Goodies to Manage Your Time
  • iPhones & Androids 
  • Don’t Let PDFs Scare You! 
  • And more
~ Breakfast will be served ~
 

Schedule

 

8:30 – 9:15 Breakfast & Registration
*Includes a drawing for a door prize
BC 107/109
8:50 – 9:15 Welcome Dr. Gary Olson BC 107/109
Introduction Kelly Duran & Darrell Moore
Session I (60 min) (choose from the following):
9:30 – 10:30 iPhones & Androids Aaron Barraclough & Chris Pack BC 102
Using Google Goodies to Manage Your Time Brian Caraway BC 204
Animating Your Courses in Blackboard Cheryl Littlejohn BC 207
Session II (60 min) (choose from the following):
10:45 – 11:45
Virus and Malware Prevention Anne Marie Taggart BC 102
Pedagogy First; Technology Second Mike Berta BC 104
Don’t Let PDFs Scare You! John Zaepfel BC 204
Updating Your Department’s Website Tom Wojciechowski BC 207

 

Animating Your Courses in Blackboard

iPhones & Androids

Don’t Let PDFs Scare You!

Pedagogy First; Technology Second

Updating Your Department’s Website

Using Google Goodies to Manage Your Time

Virus and Malware Prevention

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