JRNM 151 student
Core:tech, located inside of the campus bookstore, will be offering informative workshops on laptop, phone and software troubles.
All sessions offered are completely free of charge, but are limited to six participants. In order to attend one the informative sessions go inside the core:tech shop, located inside of the Lorain County Community College bookstore, and sign up.
Nick Flor Jahanse, an apple specialist and a core:tech official, wants to encourage the students and faculty to come and attend one of the workshops. Nick hopes that the individuals who attend will “gain knowledge and help create an easier way to study. Bringing your own devices will make it personal,” Jahanse said.
Core:tech will not provide devices, but a slide show will be presented on each workshop. Jahanse wanted to add, “that we are all qualified specialists working at core:tech with training received from Apple, and they are here to help with any of your technical needs.”
Sessions are personalized to a certain topic. On March 26 at 3:00 p.m. they will be offering a session on “Pages for iOS” hosted by Juli Johnson. On April 2 at 12:00 p.m. Nick Piller will host a session on “Accessibility Features for Mac Computers”. On April 7 there is a “to be announced” workshop offered at 11:00 a.m. The final workshop that will be offered will be held on April 16 at 2:00 p.m.; this will be hosted by Jahanse and deals with the issue of “Organize Your Life with Apple Products.”
If any of these peak interest hurry and sign up today, as spots cannot be guaranteed.
If looking for technical help or have any technical questions that need answered, core:tech is open for individual consultation or just by stopping in. If looking to get in touch with core:tech you can reach them at (440)-366-7436 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org, they are also able to reached via social media through Facebook or twitter using backslash “CoreTechLccc” after the URL.