If you’re a student who’s passionate about Apple and Apple technologies, you’ll have the chance to meet some of your peers and discuss issues are relevant to education and cool uses of technology at next week’s Macworld San Francisco.
During the “Birds of Feather” session on “Students and the Mac,” students can informally discuss creating Apple communities at their schools and how they can use Apple technologies to make a difference. The moderator will be David Roemer, a man of many titles, including president of the Apple Student Core @ Emory; Apple Campus Representative for Emory University; an Apple intern; creator of
iMovieFest; and a senior at Emory University.
The “Students and the Mac” session will be held Thursday, Jan. 10, from 6-7:30 pm in Room 301 of the Moscone Convention Center, site of Macworld San Francisco 2002.
But that’s not all. Representatives of campus user groups from Arizona State, Boston College, Colorado State, and Emory University will also be on-hand at MWSF to help students find a group or start a group. The Campus User Group is at booth 2345 in the South Hall. It will be open Wednesday and Thursday from 10 am to 6 pm.
Finally, there’ll be a “Students and the Mac Brainstorming Session” from 1-2 pm on Wednesday in the User Group Lounge (room 250/262, West Mezzanine in the South Hall). Students will have a chance to meet other students who share their passion for Apple technologies. The session will offer the opportunity to find out what’s happening with the Mac scene at various schools and to join in a discussion on how creating a student club at your school can get you funding and publicity that will make it possible to do some amazing things with Macs. It will also be hosted by Roemer.