Thomas Kuhn will present “Mobile Devices” at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 21, in 401B Hale Library. This session will give an overview of the best features of various mobile devices such as BlackBerry, Droid, and the iPhone.
TechBytes seminars are free and open to the K-State community. The series is also video-streamed live for off-campus viewers and others who wish to view it from their desktop. Use the View live video link on the TechBytes homepage to watch the next live video as it’s being recorded.
Dennis Devenney will present “Apple iPad” at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 7, in 401B Hale Library. Join us for an overview of the Apple iPad including topics such as:
- iPad – Generation 1
- iPad the technology – the future
- What you get with one – the accessories
- Setting it up – syncing with your computer, iTunes, purchasing apps, etc.
- Setting up services – wireless, e-mail, calendar, etc.
- Tips and tricks
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“Free Tools That Rule” is a joint session that kicks off K-State’s IDT Roundtable and TechBytes series this semester. Join us 11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, in Union 212 to learn about many of the free tools available on the Web. The session will feature tools that can be used for:
- Screen recording (video) and screen capturing (screenshots)
- and more
Bring your favorite tools to share during the session.
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Eric Dover will present “Twitter Tools” at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, April 1, in 501 Hale Library. (Editor’s note: This session was rescheduled from March 4.) This session will cover possible uses of Twitter and cool tools such as TweetDeck, to help organize and send Tweets. Bring your own Twitter experiences, as we will also be having an open discussion about Twitter and how others use it.
Neal Wollenberg and Larry Jackson will present “Google Wave” at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, March 25, in 501 Hale Library. This is Google’s new Internet interactive-collaboration tool. Catch the Wave with live group document modifications, conversations, and trackable edits. It’s like having an online, threaded group meeting with a bunch of handy communication tools.
Eric Dover will present “Twitter Tools” at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, March 4, in 501 Hale Library. This session will cover possible uses of Twitter and cool tools, such as TweetDeck, to help organize and send Tweets. Bring your own Twitter experiences, as we will also be having an open discussion about Twitter and how others use it.