IDG World Expo on Tuesday offered details about the Tutorial sessions and Hands-on MacLabs coming to
Macworld Conference & Expo
in San Francisco. The event runs from January 10 – 14, 2005 at the Moscone Center.
The Tutorials are full-day sessions in a lecture format on various key Mac products and technologies. Scheduled to take placed from 11:00 to 6:00 PM on Tuesday, January 11, 2004, the sessions include Working Wireless Networks, presented by Bill Wiecking of Volcano Wireless; Final Cut Pro, presented by Josh Mellicker of DVcreators.net; Mac OS X Helpline, presented by Ted Landau and Dan Frakes of Macworld Magazine; How to Become an OS X 10.3 Panther Power User Without Really Trying, presented by Author Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus; and Getting Started in the Game Industry: A Workshop for Creative Professionals, presented by Jeannie Novak of Indiespace.
Hands-on MacLabs are half-day sessions focusing on six different fields. They run from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM on Friday, January 14th. Class size for the Hands-on MacLabs is limited. Sessions include Professional Photoshop, presented by Michael Ninness of Adobe; Acrobat in the Trenches: Combat Training for PDF Production, presented by industry consultant and author Hal Hinderliter; Get “Author-ized” with DVD Studio Pro, presented by Bruce Nazarian “The DVD Guy”; Hands-On Mac OS X for Administrators, presented by Kevin White of The Mac Trainers; Hands-On Motion Madness, presented by Josh Mellicker of DVcreators.net and Michael Wohl of Evolver Digital and Mastering the Adobe Creative Suite, presented by Steve Werner of Summit Communications.
Macworld Conference & Expo is owned and operated by IDG World Expo. Mac Publishing LLC is publisher of Macworld magazine, Macworld.com and MacCentral.com. Both IDG World Expo and Mac Publishing LLC are business units of International Data Group (IDG).