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"Appy Hour" Technology Forum

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Wednesday, September 18, 2013, 02:00pm - 04:00pm
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Educational Technology Services is happy to announce the return of the monthly technology forum "Appy Hour" on Wednesday, September 18th at 2:00 pm in the STICC Library (Lower Level, Room L011). 

The purpose of this forum is to provide a space where ALL members of the Marygrove community can share information on productivity, educational and just plain fun applications for both mobile and desktop environments. One of our Technical Training Specialists, Robert D. Tompkins, will offer a demonstration of Windows 8. 

"Appy Hour" brings you the best Apps. We dig through ALL the clutter to find the apps you’ll love the most! New apps are discussed monthly to ensure that you won’t miss that amazing and groundbreaking app. We are always looking for the next great app to feature, so if you find one –– let us know! Stop by to discover an app to engage, motivate and inspire learning!

Location : STICC Library (Lower Level, Room L011)
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