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Bex Hong Hurwitz holds a BS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2003) and an MA from University of California Berkeley in Information Science (2010). They are currently a Fellow with Data and Society (datasociety.net) in which they are advocating for policy changes to increase safety and security for activists in the digital sphere. They are also a fellow with the Open Technology Fund (opentech.fund) in which they are supporting organizations in the global women’s peace movement.
The June 7th TIF meeting will take place at the Connetquot Public Library in Bohemia. This month, Jesse Reinard will demonstrate the effective use of Apple’s software to effectively lock down iPads. We will also have our round table discussion, so bring your questions and concerns. Nassau friends, you are always welcome at the meetings as well. Can’t make the meeting? No problem. Just join the Facebook Stream from the TIF Facebook page.
After the June meeting we will take the summer off, but will return on September 6th at the Sachem Public Library in Holbrook. This meeting will be the second of our bi-annual joint Nassau/Suffolk Tech meetings. So make your plans now!!
Directions to the Connetquot Public Library.
CATS Program at the 2018 Long Island Library Conference:
Fostering Entrepreneurship at the Library through Technology
Speakers: Chris DeCristofaro, Technology Librarian, Sachem Public Library
James Hutter, Technology Librarian/Head of Computer Services, Port Washington Public Library
Nick Tanzi, Assistant Director of Technology Services, Mastics Moriches Shirley Community Library
Sponsored by: SCLA-CATS and NCLA Computers and Technology Committee
There will be a TIF meeting on Thursday, May 10th, at the Quogue Library (9:30 for coffee and 10am for the meeting).
This month, since there has been a good amount of questions hitting our Google Group (and if you are not a member please email me:
Chris DeCristofaro, firstname.lastname@example.org
and I will add you to the list) we can have a general round table discussion. There is no particular subject this month. Please consider joining us and if you can’t make the trip out to Quogue, you can always join us on the Facebook Live Stream where you can ask questions as we go along.
The Computer and Technical Services division of SCLA (CATS) has rescheduled the tour of StonyBrook University’s iCREATE Innovation Lab, for Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 12 p.m.
Directions to The Merrick Library.
If you can’t make this joint meeting, our next will be in September at the Sachem Public Library.