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Tech Workshops

Fall 2015 Workshops


What are tech workshops?

When will these workshops run?

Where will workshops take place?

If I am a graduate student or faculty member, can I attend tech workshops if I'm not in the College of Arts, Architecture, and Humanities?

If I am interested in running a workshop, what should I do?

How can I make a workshop recommendation?

 What are tech workshops?

Each semester, MultiModal User Group (MMUG) & SC Adobe User Group (SCAUG) offer a variety of student/faculty led and centered instructional workshops to aid in developing multimedia authoring technology skills. The workshops are a time for learning, sharing, and initiating dialogue with others who have similar interests. Don’t hesitate. Come out and participate.

When will these workshops take place?

All workshops will take place on Tuesdays from 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., with the exception of our March 3 workshop on the three-light setup. This workshop will occur on Tuesday, March 3, from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Where will workshops take place?

Workshops will be located in the MATRF Lab, Daniel Hall 409.

I am a graduate student or faculty member. Can I attend MMUG workshops if I’m not in the College of Arts, Architecture, and Humanities?

Yes, tech workshops are open to ALL graduate students and faculty.

Please Note: You DO NOT need to be a registered MATRF user to attend.

I am interested in running a workshop. What should I do?

Please contact Dr. Tharon Howard.

Please include the following in your email:

In subject field:
MMUG Workshop Facilitator Request
Full name
Workshop interested in running
Date desired. Please reference MATRF daily calendar for potential presentation time(s).

 Make a workshop recommendation by doing the following:

Please contact Dr. Tharon Howard.

Please include the following in your email:

In subject field: MMUG Workshop Recommendation
Full name
Workshop recommendation
Suggestions (if any) of people available to run workshop.