Schedule for Winter 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.*
|18||Maintaining Department Web Pages||Mark Branom|
|25||Eudora: Advanced Topics||Mark Branom, Tom Wiggins|
|February||1||Mac OS X||Jim Brown|
|8||Coping with Email Attachments||Mark Branom|
|15||Group Communication on the Web||Mark Branom|
|22||Using Palm Devices at Stanford||Robin McClish, Lori Wisneski, Becky Fenton, Karen Zack|
|March||1||Calendaring at Stanford SUndial||Susan Empey|
|8||Creating & Using PDFs: What's New||Mark Branom|
|15||Crashes, Invasions, & Viruses: What Can YOU Do?||Mark Branom|
|22||Windows XP Overview (download PowerPoint Slides)||Tony Silveira|
Topics for TGIFs include:
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org.