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November Social Munch
Are you hearing all about Pinterest, wondering what is it, how to use it? Wondering whether you really need ANOTHER social media account for your business? Join Robin Gardner (robinTime) & Katie Dyer (CADEAUX du MONDE) to learn about how to use Pinterest as an effective marketing tool for your small business, non-profit, or art gallery.
Come to SocialMunch…bring your laptop & your lunch. Over lunch, get a quick overview of ideas, tips, techniques & best practices for the topic of the month. Then get hands-on help with your social media accounts and engagement with two instructors available for plenty of one on one time.
Friday, November 9, 2012 from noon to 1:00 pm
robinTime, 683 West Main Road, Middletown, RI 02842
Register online at www.robintime.com – look for Learn! on the menu.
Questions? Call Katie Dyer at 401.935.8591
SocialMunch is scheduled for the 2nd Friday of every month. There’s a learning topic each month, followed by personalized coaching. Can’t make this month’s class? Remember – it’s the 2nd Friday every month. Purchase bundles of SocialMunch for a discounted rate – visit www.robintime.com, and click Learn! to find the learning catalog. SocialMunch events are listed as workshops. Details online.
|Where||robinTime - home of CompuChild RI and RI Computer Learning Services 683 W Main Rd, Middletown, RI 02842|
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|Time||12:00 pm–1:00 pm|
More About robinTime - home of CompuChild RI and RI Computer Learning Services
robinTime offers computer training for individuals age 3 - 103 years of age. It offers workshops and private lessons for adults, CompuChild camps and classes for kids and on-site custom training for individuals at small businesses.
Programs for adults instruct on such topics as basic computer skills (file management, copy and pasting, left and right clicking), Microsoft Office applications (creating new files, Power Tools), DIY websites, digital camera use and much more.
CompuChild USA classes are taught at preschools and after-school programs throughout Rhode Island as well as at its on-site in Middletown. It teaches kids correct terminology, Microsoft Office applications, basic computer skills, comic book and cartoon creation, digital camera and microscope use, robotics and more.