The Taste of Technology mini-conference returns this June to take you on a virtual road trip. Visit GoogleVille, Chrome-opolis and other virtual locations to brush up on the latest technology, as well as find out what’s changed and what can help make your life easier.
The 12 sessions cover a wide range of technology topics. There is something for every interest and every level of expertise, including:
- Zoom’s event platform
- Sustainable life cycles for electronic devices
- Tips & tricks in many Google apps
- Chrome extensions
- Trello and Asana for project management
- Pivot tables to manage your data
The sessions will be hosted via Zoom and will be held from June 7 through June 30. You can find the session schedule, descriptions and speaker biographies at the Taste of Technology web page.
To attend the sessions, you need to be a member of the Taste of Technology Google Group. The sessions will appear on your calendar in late May. Come to the ones you want. All sessions will be recorded and the slide deck and recordings will be available to all members of the Google Group
If you attended the Taste of Technology sessions last year, you are automatically registered for this year. There’s nothing you need to do.
If you are a new registrant, use the links below to register.
- Use your ND account to join the Taste of Technology Google Group
- Don’t have an ND account? Not a problem. Use this form instead.
The Taste of Technology mini-conference is hosted annually by the Office of Information Technologies. All of campus is invited; there is no charge for attending.
For questions or concerns, contact OIT Training at 631-7227 or email@example.com.