Getting Comfortable with Technology

Date & Time
Tuesday, May 12
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m
Registration begins at 8:15 a.m.

Executive Caterers at Landerhaven
6111 Landerhaven Dr.
Mayfield Heights, Ohio
$75 CAMLS libraries
$110 Non-library staff from member's organizations
$145 Non-members
Fee includes materials and lunch
Deadline: Tuesday, May 5
Limit: 70

Trying to keep up with today's fast paced developments in technology can leave anyone feeling overwhelmed and under prepared, especially if you've missed a good, solid introduction to the basic terms and concepts. In plain English and in his trademark entertaining style, Bob Cohen will help you understand datacommunications and how it relates to what you do. Whether you've had little or no introduction to technology, or are looking for a refresher course, you'll find this workshop to be time well spent.

Bob Cohen is an Internetworking Specialist at Logos Communications in Westlake, Ohio. He has designed and implemented campus, county, national and international data, video and voice networks including such technologies as ATM, Gigabit Ethernet and Fast Ethernet. Bob's extensive knowledge and humorous, down-to-earth presentation style has made him a popular technology seminar speaker.
Intended Audience
Anyone who does not have a Master of Library Science degree and would like a basic understanding of technology
  • Get comfortable with technical terms and concepts

  • Understand enough to evaluate options and make choices if you are called upon to implement technology

  • Discover what is behind the Internet, LANS & WANS
    Course Content
    • Why do I need to get comfortable with technology?

    • What is datacommunications and how does it affect me and what I do?

    • How does the Internet work and why does it matter?

    • Where is all this technology going?