The Dog Ate My PDA
Date & Time
Tuesday, April 30, 2022
9:30 AM-12:30 PM
Cuyahoga County Public Library
Fairview Park Regional
21255 Lorain Road, Fairview Park, Ohio
Register Below:

CEU Credits:3
Deadline: Tuesday, April 23, 2022
Limit: 35
Registered Now: 28
The Dog Ate My PDA delves into the growing popularity and uses of Personal Digital Assistants as PDAs are increasingly being found in the education and the library systems. Explore the "world of wireless" and its implications, all in easy to understand terms for the non-technical attendee.

In this hands-on, three-hour session, you’ll learn from one of the country’s foremost experts on the various handheld computers on the market, their basic functions and accessories, and most importantly, what they can and cannot do. Take a peek at the future of the electronic library and school.

Intended Audience
Anyone currently using or planning to use Personal Digital Assistants, and librarians or others interested in this new and growing technology
Key Takeaways
  • An overview of mobile computing and Personal Digital Assistants
  • Case studies from high schools and universities
  • Hands-on use of a PDA
  • Popular applications from course schedulers, to grading programs, to E-Books, and more
Steve Bush
In addition to Editor for Pen Computing Magazine, Steve is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Brighthand, an online community for handheld users that reaches millions of visitors from more than 150 countries. Brighthand has drawn critical acclaim as one of the best places for information about PDAs and handheld computing from NBCi, Smart Computing magazine, Palm, Pocket PC Magazine and Microsoft. Brighthand was also named "Best Web Community" in the 2001 Pocket PC Peoples Choice Awards. Steve resides in Atlanta but can often be found in New York, California, Seattle and Las Vegas researching the handheld industry.