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:
April 26, Feinstein iMAX Theatre, Providence, RI
May 1, Carnegie Science Center Omnimax, Pittsburgh, PA
May 3, Sony iMAX Theatre, New York, NY
May 8, Mugar Omnitheatre, Boston, MA
May 14, State Theatre, New Brunswick, NJ
May 17, Cinemark iMAX Theatre, Rochester, NY
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.