Apple is holding a "New Face of X" event series for educators on the east coast. The event will look at what Mac OS X means for education.
The series will look at the core technologies of Mac OS X; the K-12 and higher education benefits of the operating system; what it means for the IT manager; the features and benefits of Mac OS X Server 2.0; Apple resources for Mac OS X; and how to plot a Mac OS X migration path in either K-12 or higher education environments. Apple resources for Mac OS X include iServices, training classes, Web-based and third-party resources, books, and forthcoming local and national Apple OS X seminars. The "New Face of X" event series will also have an Apple product showcase.
All events begin at 9 a.m. with registration starting at 8:30. The X-citing series will be held on the following dates at the listed locations:
The event series is designed for K-12 and higher education decision-makers who operate in Mac, Windows, or multi-platform technology environments. If you manage information technology or direct technology integration or curriculum, if you're a district superintendent or director of Academic computing, if you manage a state education agency with a focus on technology integration, Apple says this event is for you.
If you're interested in attending you can register -- for free -- at the "New Face of X" Web site. But you'd better hurry. Seating is limited. Registration gets you into the event series, a continental breakfast, a "mobile" lunch, and the latest Apple educational resources and tools-to-use. You'll also be eligible to win a Titanium PowerBook G4 and other prizes.
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