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Tech Day

October 1, 2012 1:00 PM

Photos by Paula Burch-Celentano
pburch@tulane.edu

Super Smash Bros.

Blaze Raiford, Trey Ball and Elijah Henson (standing, from left)  watch a game of "Super Smash Bros." projected onto a large screen in the Kendall Cram Room of the Lavin-Bernick Center. The chance to play the vintage video game was among the attractions of Tech Day, an event held on Friday (Sept. 28) by the Technology Services department. Raiford, Ball and Henson are enrolled in the Satellite Center, a career-based high school program located in St. Charles Parish. The center operated one of a number of booths distributing information at Tech Day. 

 

Mamie Tross

Mamie Tross, a user support analyst in the Innovative Learning Center, fills "goody bags" at the event registration desk.

Blackboard

Keely McDonough, a representative from Blackboard, discusses features of the newest version of the Blackboard Learn e-learning platform.

Adobe

Scott Trudeau of Adobe gives a workshop on creating digital content from print pieces.

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