|Brown Bag Technology Series Gains Following at Hartford
Linda Knaack, instructional services librarian in the Cole Library, and Paul Sartini, multimedia producer in academic operations and logistics, have organized and conducted a spring series of free Brown Bag Technology Sessions for students, faculty, and staff at the Hartford campus.
So far, the two have worked with Len Kelly, clinical professor, Lally School of Management and Technology, to present the session “Adding Audio to Your PowerPoints.” In addition, Jim Stodder, clinical associate professor, presented a session on the topic “Data Mining: The Good and Bad of Customer Relationship Management.”
The Brown Bag Technology Sessions are informal and interactive, and run about one hour during weekday afternoons. Each session allows ample time for Q&A and a lively discussion. Participants complete evaluation forms providing useful feedback and also suggesting future topics for the series.
The next session is scheduled for Wednesday, April 13, when Roger Lavallee, senior program manager, enrollment management and marketing, will give a presentation titled “LinkedIn Essentials: Find Out What You’re Missing.”
Members of the Rensselaer community in Troy are welcome to attend these events at the Hartford campus.
For more information, contact Knaack at (860) 548-2493 or email@example.com, or Sartini at (860) 548-7841 or firstname.lastname@example.org.