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TCC announces January schedule for technology workshops

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (January 11, 2013) – Beginning Tuesday, January 15, Tallahassee Community College will offer a series of technology workshops.
 
The workshops are open to all TCC students and registration is not required.
 
The 60-minute workshops are held at various times and will cover the following topics: SkyDrive Basics and Blackboard Basics.
 
All workshops are held in Room 236 of the TCC Library.
 
This month’s session of technology workshops will continue through January 30. February workshops will be announced at a later date.
 
For more information on the workshops, contact Jessie Clayton at (850) 201-8267 or claytonj@tcc.fl.edu, or Robin Haggins at (850) 201-9873 or hagginsr@tcc.fl.edu.
 
Workshop Schedule
 
Tuesday, January 15
·         1-2 p.m. – SkyDrive Basics
 
Wednesday, January 16
·         2-3 p.m. – Blackboard Basics
               
Tuesday, January 22
·         1-2 p.m. – SkyDrive Basics
 
Wednesday, January 23
·         2-3 p.m. – Blackboard Basics
 
Tuesday, January 29
·         1-2 p.m. – SkyDrive Basics
 
Wednesday, January 30
·         2-3 p.m. – Blackboard Basics
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