|by Ginger Carey & Naomi Okinaga
ITS hosts brief Brown Bag sessions on various technology-related topics during the fall and spring semesters. These sessions promote professional development and give the UH IT community an opportunity to discuss the latest in technological trends and share updates.
The target audience for these sessions is primarily faculty and staff who have responsibilities for computing and technology in their department. However, all interested UH faculty and staff are welcome to attend. The sessions are free.
The sessions are held in Kuykendall 201 on the UH Manoa campus. They are broadcast live to available HITS sites throughout the UH System and on UH Manoa's Campus Cable TV channel 67.
Topics are selected based on feedback from Brown Bag participants. If you have an interesting topic idea, please contact Ginger Carey at (808) 956-2387 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for Brown Bag sessions is performed via our ITS Training Web Site . A valid UH Username and password are required to register. The URL is http://www.hawaii.edu/training Click on “Brown Bag Sessions,” look for the session you are interested in, then click on the title for more information and to register. There is a listing for each participating HITS site. Please register for the site where you will be attending the session.
Information Technology (IT) Workshops are offered free of charge each semester by the Distance Learning and User Services (DLUS) group of ITS. These development opportunities are designed to help UH faculty and staff acquire hands-on training with applications for their work. A valid UH Username and password are required to register for the workshops which are conducted in Keller Hall on the UH Manoa campus. To see a list of available workshops and register, go to: http://www.hawaii.edu/training Click on “ITS Workshops,” look for the session you are interested in, then click on the title for more information and to register.