Students attend Tulane Tech Day

From staff and wire reports
December 13, 2013 at 10:03 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Interactive Media Team Members (from right to left) Zachary Robicheaux, Tyler Prather, Cody Dufrene, and Austin Webre talk to Tulane Tech Day attendees about the projects they have worked on at the Satellite Center.
Interactive Media Team Members (from right to left) Zachary Robicheaux, Tyler Prather, Cody Dufrene, and Austin Webre talk to Tulane Tech Day attendees about the projects they have worked on at the Satellite Center.
Digital Media and Interactive Media Team Members from the St. Charles Satellite Center attended Tulane University’s 5th Annual Tech Day.

Tech Day is an opportunity for the community to come together and celebrate the technology that makes life on Tulane’s campus what it is. This year’s Tech Day was filled with academic and technical presentations as well as games and door prizes. Attendees learned about the new trends in technology and education through presentations from Tulane’s faculty and the vendors that provide the University with technology resources.

St. Charles Satellite Center students talked to other attendees about the Satellite Center and explained the projects that they have completed in their courses. In addition to informing others about the Satellite Center and their courses, they also networked with attendees and learned about emerging technology from the presenters.




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