PRYOR, OK —
Free workshop on Google products and services at Rogers State University’s new Pryor campus
PRYOR— On Tuesday, Feb. 20 at 9 a.m., educators, small business owners and nonprofit employees can learn how to use Google products--from Google Drive to web search--at the Googlefest conference. The event is free and open to the public, however pre-registration is required.
Attendees will get firsthand knowledge from Google experts, which will allow them to effectively use the full range of Google tools--including Google Apps, Gmail and Google Drive and much more. Google experts will demonstrate and answer questions-- all in one place and at one time.
Googlefest continues Google’s commitment to the Oklahoma community. Google’s data center in Mayes County is a $700 million investment that plays an important role for the company.
Googlefest is made available through a partnership with the Pryor Area Chamber of Commerce and Rogers State University. For more on Google’s data center, please visit google.com/mayescounty.
Who: Educators of all levels, small business owners, nonprofit organizations
Where: Rogers State University Pryor Campus 2155 HWY 69A Pryor, OK 74361
When: Feb. 20, starting at 9 a.m., ending at 4:30 p.m.
For more information, google.com/site/mayescountygfest