FREE workshops with Jason Griffey + TNT Members-Only Opportunity to have lunch with Jason! Registration closes today!

Technology and Trends is partnering with the State Library to bring Jason Griffey to North Carolina to do workshops in four locations around the state. If you’re not familiar with Jason, check out his website for more info: http://jasongriffey.net/. The workshops are FREE and this will be a fantastic learning opportunity, so please sign up for one or both of the half-day workshops at a location near you!

Registration closes TODAY so sign up now using the links below for one of the half day workshops or the full day.

We’re also providing a special perk for TNT members – Lunch with Jason! At each location, a select number of attendees will be able to have lunch with Jason between the morning and afternoon workshops. If selected, you would sit at a table in a separate area of the venue and get to talk to him in a more personal environment. The number of seats available at the table depends on the venue, and we will be drawing names at random.

Enter the drawing for Lunch with Jason here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1vAnOWjOIyr_MLCszXhLxE66EV_F4FW32tW-A5vrjPWk/viewform

You must be an active TNT member to enter this drawing. Lunch will be available to all attendees on site, but you will have to pay for your own lunch or bring one with you, if you choose. More information about food options will be available later. Entering this drawing does NOT register you for the workshops. Please follow the links below to register for the workshop(s) at the location nearest you.

Full announcement for more information:

In partnership with NCLA’s Technology and Trends Round Table, we’re excited to announce that internationally-known library technologist, writer, blogger, Head of Library Information Technology at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, and LibraryBox kickstarter Jason Griffey, is coming to North Carolina in March!

Jason will offer half-day workshops – Low Barrier Technologies: Mobile and Portable Technology in Your Library and Technology Trends and Issues – at each of the following locations:

  •      March 10th – University of North Carolina, Asheville

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  •       March 11th – High Point Museum, High Point

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  •     March 12th – Wake Tech Community College, Raleigh

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  •      March 13th – East Carolina University, Greenville

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We hope to see you there!

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