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Wednesday, August 3 • 12:15pm - 1:45pm
Be Your Own Geek Squad (Basic Technology Troubleshooting) FULL

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Part of being a digital citizen is being able to problem solve and troubleshoot when you feel like your digital world as about to crumble. Learn some basic tips and tricks on what to look for and how to communicate problems to tech support.

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Kay Coates

Teacher, School District of Rhinelander
Kay Coates began teaching for SDR in 2008 at NCSS and in 2010 she started at RHS as a life science instructor. She started her teaching career in 1993 at Dodgeland High School in Juneau, Wisconsin. At Dodgeland, she taught life science and health classes, as well as, serving the district's Co-Chair for the Technology Plan/committee. The first time she used a computer was in a college chemistry course, where she hit the return button at the same... Read More →
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Allie Johnson

Teacher, School District of Rhinelander
Allie Johnson began teaching in Rhinelander in 2009.  Originally from Manchester, NH, she graduated with a degree in English secondary education from a small liberal arts college called St. Michaels in Burlington, VT.  She taught in Vermont for 2 years, then made the leap to Wisconsin with her husband.  After teaching in Sun Prairie for four years, she then trekked up to the Northwoods and is loving every minute of it... Read More →

Wednesday August 3, 2016 12:15pm - 1:45pm
James Williams Middle School: Project Lab 120 915 Acacia Lane Rhinelander, WI 54501

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