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NWF State College Hosts Annual Computer Tech Event
Northwest Florida State College will host "Computer Tech 2015" on Saturday, Jan. 31, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Student Services Center on the Niceville campus. The event, offered through the Personal Enrichment program of the college's Professional and Continuing Education Department, is free and open to the public.
Computer Tech 2015, now in its eighth year, brings together computer enthusiasts, from novice to expert, to learn about the latest technology and how to use different computer software programs and hardware devices. The event features more than 40 workshops on a variety of computer and technology topics. In addition, those attending can receive a free onsite performance checkup for their laptop or tablet or handheld device by visiting one of the "roundtables" located in the cafeteria.
Dr. Deidre Price, an English professor at Northwest Florida State College, will deliver the keynote address at 8 a.m. titled "Inside Out: How Social Media Changes Us."
An event schedule is available on the website of the Northwest Florida Association of Computer User Groups at www.nwfacug.org. For more information, call Carl Lofstrom of NWFACUG at 850-586-0603.