Next Brown Bag Lunch Thursday, April 12: Fundamentals of WordPress
Join IT Services in a discussion about the fundamentals of WordPress at the next event in the Brown Bag Technology Series next Thursday, April 12, at noon in ARKU 308 SW. Attendees are invited to bring a lunch and hear the latest developments in IT initiatives on campus. You can also join online with WebEx.
More Brown Bags are scheduled throughout the semester. Visit its.uark.edu/news-events for details.
If you are curious about a tech topic that is not already scheduled, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to suggest adding another event to the series.
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