Organizing Your Digital World Across Devices

Name: Organizing Your Digital World Across Devices

Date: Saturday, October 27

Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm

Location: UBC Robson Square, Room C460

Description: Increasingly, how we function in our everyday lives is dependent on computers and mobile devices. Combined with an ever-increasing shift from analog to digital media, it is now more important than ever to manage, organize, and transfer files across a variety of digital devices (computers, mobile phones, cameras, etc.). Learn how to take control of your “digital life” by looking at concepts such as standardized naming conventions, the advantages of using iTunes for digital media management, and cloud storage solutions such as Dropbox and iCloud. By the end of the course you will be able to use these core ideas to create an effective strategy that works for you.

William Silver is a writer, editor and web designer who has been creating custom content for digital mediums since 2000. He has a BA from UBC in English Literature and has also attended BCIT’s Applied Web Development program. Currently William is employed as a web designer/copywriter for Future Shop.He has produced graphics and written content for companies such as Vancouver 2010, Best Buy, Chalk Media, Samsung, Scotia Bank and Royal Bank. William brings his expertise in developing custom content to the program as an instructor of Writing for the Web.

Ticketing: $280 including tax – Please Register

Open to Public, Recommended for all Adult Learners