UPDATE: Due to weather conditions, Googlefest has been postponed until Thursday, Feb. 20.
Educators, small business owners and nonprofit employees can learn how to fully utilize Google products during a free “Googlefest” conference on Feb. 4 at the new Rogers State University Pryor campus at the MidAmerica Industrial Park.
The day-long conference will start at 9 a.m. at the RSU-Pryor campus, which is located at 2155 Highway 69A in the industrial park.
Attendees can learn how to use Google products from Google Drive to web search during the event, which is free and open to the public. 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, Google Drive and 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 RSU.
For more on Google’s data center, please visit google.com/mayescounty.
Register online now or visit sites.google.com/site/mayescountygfest.