WHO DUNN I.T.

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     Where: Republiq Superclub

   When: January 25, 2011

   Hosts: Tim Vergel de Dios

                Alodia Gosiengfao

 

Opening Remarks: Mr. John Bessey, managing director of Microsoft Philippines.

Cloning Session: for roughly 15-20 minutes the following people share their stories and their best practices using Microsoft Technologies.

Mr. Jojo Ayson,  engineering manager for security of SeaChange International; Mr. Arup Maity, president and CEO of BlastAsia, Inc., Microsoft Partner DB Wizards; Team by Implication, which won first place in the Game Design category in the 2010 Imagine Cup competition. 

Networking Session: 100 people with different stories using the best practices of Microsoft Technologies.

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I’m one of the speakers during the Networking Sessions, sharing my stories as an Educator.

These are my stories:

TITLE 1: This is how I engage my students in learning using Microsoft Mouse Mischief.

ABSTRACT: There is lack of computers to engage students in learning, as an educator, I want to get an interaction between my students and to what I teach. Microsoft Mouse mischief to the rescue, this reduces cost in buying new computers and at the same time interactive learning for students.

TITLE 2: This is how I share presentations using the new feature of PowerPoint 2010

ABSTRACT: It’s been a problem for us faculty members to borrow projector at the same time.  We only have two projectors at school, Good thing there’s a new feature of PowerPoint called Broadcast slideshow. With the use of internet and the new feature, this can be an alternative way in the absence of a projector.

These stories will be published in a Comic Book this February 2011.

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My Best Pals (Jeffrey Lacatan and Eufer Pasion)

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About johnerwinmagno

I'm a part time instructor at Informatics International College Diliman. Teaching Computer Applications such as MS Office Suites and Computer Aided Design (CAD). View all posts by johnerwinmagno

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