Schedule for Winter Quarter 2003
Held Friday afternoons in Turing Auditorium, TGIF Clinics are informal, interactive sessions on computer-related topics of interest to the Stanford community. Although intended for power users, Expert Partners, and those with IT responsibilities, these sessions are open to everyone. Questions from attendees are strongly encouraged. These drop-in sessions are led by knowledgeable ITSS staff.
The success of these sessions depends on you!
Each session will be on a different topic. Topics will be announced about a week in advance through various distribution lists, our Web page, and especially the TGIF-L Mailing List.*
for Winter 2003 Clinics:
|17||Creating and Maintaining Department & Group Web Pages||Mark Branom|
|24||Protecting Documents on the Web||Mark Branom|
|31||Using Palm Devices at Stanford||Robin McClish and Panel|
|February||7||2002 ITSS Holiday Video Production Overview||John Klemm|
|21||User-Centered Web Design||Brad Lauster, Megan Miller, Brian Young|
|28||Streaming Media Services||Jim Knox|
|March||7||Getting off the Forsythe Mainframe||John Klemm|
|14||Open AFS: A Campus-Wide Distributed File System||Alice Oghi, John Klemm, Tony Silveira|
|21||Technology Planning & Consulting||Catherine Knipe, Jane Marcus|
|28||SPRING BREAK NO SESSION|
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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 email@example.com.