Schedule for Summer Quarter 2002

Held Friday afternoons in Turing Auditorium, TGIF Clinics are informal, interactive clinics on computer-related topics of interest to the Stanford community. Questions from attendees are strongly encouraged. These drop-in sessions are led by knowledgeable ITSS staff.

The success of these clinics depends on you!

Each clinic will be on a different topic. Clinic topics will be announced about a week in advance through various distribution lists, our Web page, and especially the TGIF-L Mailing List.*

Dates for Summer 2002 Clinics:

Date Topic Presenter(s)
June 28 Moving Forsythe Distribution Lists to Majordomo (clicking on this link dowloads the PowerPoint presentation to your desktop) Mark Branom
July 12 Coping with Email Attachments Mark Branom
26 Stanford Desktop Computing Strategy (clicking on this link dowloads the PowerPoint presentation to your desktop) Tom Cramer
August 9 IMAP Email Services Bruce Erickson

Coming in the Fall – Web-Creators Forum

Beginning Fall 2002, ITSS, in conjunction with University Communications, will present the Web-Creators Forum – one Friday clinic per quarter dedicated to maintaining university-wide communications about standards and other issues affecting all who create and support websites on campus.

At the first Web-Creators Forum, University Communications will show us a new site, featuring Best Practices for the Stanford Web. The site will provide guidance on content, design, technical, legal and usability issues, as well as provide design templates and graphics such as a web-ready version of the university seal.

Look for the Web-Creators Forum this fall!

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Because we are presenting emerging technical topics, please feel free to contact the TGIF coordinator with any questions, comments, suggestions or concerns. Call Phyllis Olrich at x5-1541 or send email to

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