I received this late notice after publishing about the Google AdWords seminar. It is a joint-presentation between Google and Open University Malaysia (OUM), entitled “Google Apps for Education“.
Date: Tuesday, 4th December 2007.
Time: Registration at 9am. Event starts: 9.30am â€“ 12noon.
Venue: Theatrette Hall, OUM Campus. Jalan Tun Ismail, 50480 Kuala Lumpur. (Google maps)
This presentation is ideal if you are an IT administrator for your school, college or university, but also applies if you are involved in the education sector in any way.
Key itinerary activities:
- Presentation from Google to introduce and explain about Google Apps for Education.
- Case-study sharing from OUM, presented by YBhg. Professor Dr. John Arul Phillips.
- Live demonstration of Google Apps.
- Question and Answer session, for the benefit of participants / attendees.
Contact: If you are interested to attend the seminar, please contact Hanson Toh (Malaysia Country Consultant for Google, Inc) by calling / SMS to 016-3310567 or by email to email@example.com, so that they can make preparations in advance.
Meet the Googlers
Google will be represented by Mr Jeff Keltner – Enterprise Specialist for Google Apps, Ms. Tasia Maroudas â€“ Google Representative from Googleâ€™s Asia-Pacific & Latin America division, and Mr Hanson Toh, Malaysia Country Consultant for Google, Inc.
For Mr Keltner and Ms. Maroudas who are both based in the Google headquarters, this will be their first trip to Malaysia, supporting the Google Apps initiative.
My two cents
Again, I would love to attend this seminar but it is too rush. You know I am in Johor, I need at least 7 days prior notice to attend an event in KL.
If you are living nearby, I strongly recommend you attend the seminar regardless you are in Education field or not. Google Apps is a good service for any organization, companies, or community.
In fact, I helped a friend to setup Google Apps for his school, so that all teachers have an email account using school website’s domain name that powered by Google Gmail. :)
[hat tip: Hansonn Toh via Avijit Paul]