Monthly CUEtoYOU Workshops in Palm Springs

Monthly CUEtoYOU Workshops in Palm Springs (Via CUE.org.) I just posted this over at the CUE site and thought I’d pass it on here. Palm Springs is only a 90 minute frive (or less) from Orange and San Diego Counties, so these Saturday workshops are within range of anyone in Southern California. If you would attend the conference, you can attend these workshops. Spread the word. :)

Some of the most popular events of the annual CUE conference in Palm Springs are the hands-on workshops. Now you can enjoy hands-on workshops in Palm Springs year round! Cahuilla CUE, a local affiliate of CUE, Inc. is hosting monthly workshop at the Palm Springs Unified School District Professional Development Center (across the street from the conference center). Each workshop is a three-hour experience facilitated by a CUE Lead Learner on a Saturday morning (or afternoon). Topics include read/write web applications (such as blogs, wikis, and podcasts), multi-media applications (such as editing images, audio, and video), and exciting new applications from Google. Classes are offered for both Windows XP and Mac OS X.

The cost for CUE members is only $100 for a three-hour hands-on experience. Register today… then download a pdf of the schedule to spread the word!

Is Palm Springs too far to drive on a Saturday morning? Host a series of CUEtoYOU Featured Workshops in your area.

3 Responses to “Monthly CUEtoYOU Workshops in Palm Springs”

  1. Marie Sontag Says:

    For those wishing to take a trip to the Bay Area, CLMS/HLMS/ and CUE have teamed up to do a Technology Conference in Monterey November 29-November 2. One of the featured speakers is Marc Prensky, who has been credited with coining the phrase “Digital Immigrants vs. Digital Natives”.

  2. Marie Sontag Says:

    For those wishing to take a trip to the Bay Area, CLMS/HLMS/ and CUE have teamed up to do a Technology Conference in Monterey November 29-November 2. One of the featured speakers is Marc Prensky, who has been credited with coining the phrase “Digital Immigrants vs. Digital Natives”. On Saturday, February 2, 2008, Bernie Dodge will be the featured speaker at the Silicon Valley’s technology conference (SVCUE), to be held at Palo Alto High School. For more information, go to SVCUE’s website, http://svcue.org.

  3. Marie Sontag Says:

    For those wishing to take a trip to the Bay Area, CLMS/HLMS/ and CUE have teamed up to do a Technology Conference in Monterey November 29-November 2. See http://www.cue.org/monterey/. One of the featured speakers is Marc Prensky, who has been credited with coining the phrase “Digital Immigrants vs. Digital Natives”. On Saturday, February 2, 2008, Bernie Dodge will be the featured speaker at the Silicon Valley’s technology conference (SVCUE), to be held at Palo Alto High School. For more information, go to SVCUE’s website, http://svcue.org.