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Tech Briefings
Timely Info for Power Users and Stanford's Technology Support Community

Introduction

Held Friday afternoons in Turing Auditorium, Tech Briefings are informal, interactive seminars on computer-related topics of interest to the Stanford community. These sessions are intended for power users, Expert Partners, and those with IT responsibilities, but are open to everyone – faculty, staff, and students. The Tech Briefings, led by knowledgeable ITSS staff, run from 2:00 to 3:30 P.M. No registration is required – just come on by and learn something new. No fees. No fuss.

Turing Auditorium is Room 111 of Polya Hall. See this map to Polya Hall.

The success of these sessions depends on you! Questions from attendees are strongly encouraged. Topics will be announced about a week in advance through the techbriefings mailing list and on this web page.

Because we are presenting emerging technical topics, please feel free to contact the Tech Briefing coordinator with any questions, comments, suggestions, or concerns. Call Phyllis Olrich at 725-1541 or send email to techbriefings-owner@lists.stanford.edu.

Fall 2003 Tech Briefings Schedule

Date Topic Presenter(s)
Sept.

26

Creating & Maintaining Dept. & Group Web Pages Using Dreamweaver Mark Branom
Oct. 3 Secure File Transfer at Stanford (Click here to download Stanford AFS Clients PowerPoint slides) Tony Silveira, Jim Brown, Jason Cowart
10 Macromedia Product Overview – The Digital Department: Manage Campus Infrastructure (Featuring Dreamweaver, Flash, and ColdFusion) John Schuman, Macromedia
17 Web Graphics Mark Branom
24 XHTML, W3C Standards and Updates, CSS, and Compliance Issues New! Mark Branom, Brian Young
31 No Session Today  
Nov. 7 The Changing Campus Web New!Download PowerPoint presentation here. Wynn Hausser, Media Solutions
14 SUNetID 2 Project New! Lynn McRae
21 Streaming Media Services @ Stanford (Download PowerPoint presentation) Dominga Zepeda
Dec. 5 Using Palm Devices at Stanford Robin McClish
12 XHTML, W3C Standards and Updates, CSS, and Compliance Issues ENCORE PERFORMANCE Mark Branom, Brian Young

Links to Previous Quarters

Click on these links to previous quarters to see the Tech Briefings/TGIF topics we have presented in the past. Links to handouts for most presentations are also available at these sites.

Subscribe to the Tech Briefings Mailing List

To subscribe to the Tech Briefings Mailing List, send email to majordomo@lists.stanford.edu with the message

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Is there a particular topic you would like to see presented as a Tech Briefing? Let us know! We'll do our best to accommodate you.

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