Sunday, January 08, 2006

a class(room) act

Later this week, we're debuting our "Blogging for Your Business" workshops (register here)at the National Press Club's computer classroom in downtown Washington, DC. Located in the club library, the classroom is equipped with 15 high-speed computers with Internet access, as well as an instructor computer, digital projection system,and a dry-erase whiteboard. With a convenient downtown location near the Metro Center stop on DC's red line, and close to a host of restaurants, hotels and offices, it's a gem of a resource. Both members and non-members of the club can rent the facility, and you can find out more by calling or emailing Jennifer Yost at 202-662-7564 or jyost@press.org. Some slots are still available for our workshops on Wednesday, January 11 and Tuesday, January 17, both from 9:30am to 1pm.

8 comments:

bessblog said...

Great workshop. Very interesting

Tonda said...

Workshop is excellent.

Trendy Stuff said...

Here we are, three hours into the marathon, and I have yet to yawn even once.
I recommend your training, and appreciate your contribution to my son's education fund.

PRCritic said...

Even for a technology luddite like me, the blogging workshop was easy and fun. Can't wait to get started -- maybe with several!

Kate Perrin
PRofessional Solutions, LLC

susang said...

I was a blog novice. New nothing and actually made fun of "bloggers." Thanks for changing my perception and making me "one of them."

Melanie Jordan said...

This workshop covers all the bases..thorough and thought-provoking!

D.C. Metro Construction Consultants said...

Who would have thought something so easy could be potentially so powerfu.

Matt Erwin said...

I believe this is a meta-comment, commenting on the seminar I'm actually attending...

Highly recommended!