According to Danielle Short, classified vice president for San
Diego’s AFT Guild, the local was looking for ways to make campus
tabling more dynamic and encourage more conversation with
A brainstorming session led to the idea of a giant photo frame.
Campus printing services helped create the frame and printed it.
“We used it for our tabling,” Short said. “And then we just ran
with it for other events and outreach. It definitely breaks the
ice — and it’s a lot of fun.”
Protecting your privacy in the age of servers and social
By Robert J. Bezemek And David Conway
Almost everyone uses social media. Whether it’s emailing, surfing
the web, sending text messages, tweeting or tumblr, we are
treating social media as an extension of our personal
conversations with family, friends and co-workers. And we do it
from every imaginable location — public transit, automobiles,
restaurants, parks, sidewalks, the office, and throughout the
campuses where we work.