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Teach and Learn with WiscNet: Filtering - Appleton
Thursday, September 26, 2019, 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM
Appleton Public Library
Love them or hate them, nearly everyone needs a filter on their network. And with so many options on the market – not to mention different solutions, features, pros and cons – there's a lot to learn and know.
Join Heidi and Felicia from WiscNet to talk and listen about all things filtering. (Please pass this on to anyone else in your organization who may also be interested!) They'll make time for the important stuff, and together we'll access the deep value of what it means to be a WiscNet member: teaching, learning from, connecting to one another.
It's not too late to join WiscNet in Waukesha for a WiscNet Community Conversation: Listening Session on Security.
Steve Schlomann from the School District of Waukesha will share some of his answers to these questions. Attendees will have the chance to listen and learn from each other's experiences, successes, pain points, and wishlists. In addition, they’ll walk through some exercises from the design thinking process to explore together ideas about security, and what steps you might take next.
RSVP here to join WiscNet at Room 129 in the School District of Waukesha at 222 Maple Avenue from 9:30am-12:00pm to be part of the discussion on security.
WiscNet Community Conversations: Listening Sessions on Security at Brown County Library August 1, 2019
WiscNet staff will be on the road through September at various locations in Wisconsin holding listening sessions on the topic of security. At each stop, a local WiscNet member will share what security means and looks like in their organization, where they’re at on their security journey, what problems they’re trying to solve, and what they still need to learn. This is your chance to hear from each other, to share what’s going on in your own worlds, and connect face-to-face with others in your community.
WiscNet staff will be at the Brown County Library on Thursday, August 1, 2019.