Inmagic Users Group meetings - Halifax and Winnipeg

by Administrator Wednesday, May 06, 2009 11:00 PM

Users Group meetings have been scheduled in Halifax and Winnipeg as follows:

Halifax:

Date: Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Time:  1:30pm - 4pm
Location:  McInnes Cooper, Purdy's Wharf Tower II, 1300-1969 Upper Water Street, Halifax
RSVP to:  info@andornot.com by May 26th,  2009
Light refreshments provided
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Winnipeg:

Date: Tuesday, 2 June 2009
Time:  4:15 - 5:30pm
Location:  Pitblado LLP, 2500 - 360 Main Street
RSVP to: info@andornot.com before 1 June  2009
Light refreshments provided
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Both meetings will include discussions of the latest versions of all Inmagic products plus a review of version of 11 of TextWorks and WebPublisher PRO, and Genie version 3.3. Kathy Bryce and Denise Bonin from Andornot  will demonstrate the new Undo feature in the Form Designer, Query Logging, and other enhancements that you can make to your web or Genie interfaces.  We may even be able to provide a sneak peek of DB/TextWorks version 12 which is due for release by the end of June.

Do you have a question about an Inmagic product that has been on your mind? Bring it to the meeting and ask us and your fellow users. If there are any particular topics you would like us to cover, please email us in advance. 

This meeting is open to all Inmagic clients and anyone else interested in learning more about Inmagic products.

Andornot and library school programs

by Administrator Friday, March 06, 2009 10:34 AM

Andornot was recently involved with two events in association with the University of British Columbia School of Library, Archival and Information Studies.

In early February, Denise Bonin and Kathy Bryce gave our annual introductory training workshop on Inmagic DB/TextWorks organized by the SLA chapter at SLAIS, and last week Peter Tyrrell participated in the SLAIS Colloquium Series with a presentation on "Adventures in web consulting".  We also plan to participate in the SLAIS Career Expo on March 20th.

We regularly visit library tech programs and are more than happy to share our experiences as library consultants or as resellers of Inmagic software. Please contact us for more details or check out our website for more information.

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UBC SLAIS Inmagic DB/TextWorks workshop a big success

by Administrator Monday, March 10, 2008 2:25 PM

March 1st, 2008 (Vancouver) - Saturday morning was an unlikely school day for UBC SLAIS students. Nonetheless over 25 library and archival students got out of bed and made their way to campus to attend Andornot's annual Inmagic DB/TextWorks workshop.

Led by Andornot team members Rex Turgano and Bridget Martin, the 5-hour jam-packed event consisted of an overview Inmagic DB/TextWorks, hands-on training, and an open forum discussion on how to use the software to solve various information management type problems and scenarios. Be sure to read "DB/TextWorks debrief" blog post about the event on the SLA@SLAIS blog.

There were a lot of things to learn in one day, but the eager UBC SLAIS students were able to grip some of the core concepts, features, and most importantly the flexibility and ease-of-use in creating a DB/TextWorks database. At the end of the workshop, Andornot showcased some of the possibilities for publishing a searchable database on the web using WebPublisher PRO.

Our favourite workshop feedback: "WE WANT TO KNOW MORE!"

For more information about workshops and training, feel free to contact us.

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Rex Turgano @ GLOBE 2008

by Administrator Monday, March 10, 2008 2:23 PM
Andornot Consulting team member Rex Turgano will be at this year's GLOBE 2008 Conference on Business and the Environment in Vancouver. As part of the Special Emerging Leaders Workshop for Youth 18-25 being held on March 14th, Rex will be part of a media panel on "Web 2.0: Using New Media Techniques to Motivate Change" and will also help lead an Executive Mentorship Program workshop in the afternoon.

Andornot is proud to have Rex at this event and looks forward to helping build the next generation of policy thinkers, entrepreneurs and community actors.

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