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Workshops

The Touro College Graduate School of Technology Institute sponsors a series of workshops each year on a variety of current topics relevant to the Information Technology, Web and Multi-media, and Educational Technology fields.

The workshops are free or low cost, and open to the general public, but because seating is limited, attendees must register in advance to be accepted.

Upcoming Events

Game-Based Learning Workshop

How does game design really work? Find out at a Game-Based Learning workshop presented by Professor Al Doyle, Chair of the Multimedia & Web Design Program at Touro Graduate School of Technology.
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Prof. Al Doyle

5:30PM – 7:30PM

27 West 23rd Street, Room 534
New York, NY 10010

RSVP

Past Events

Game Design Workshop

Everyone’s talking about gaming, but how does it really work? See for yourself at a workshop on game design presented by the Touro College Graduate School of Technology. From drawing your idea on paper to programming competitive digital games for tablets, participants will learn to create games that can teach, entertain and engage.
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Prof. Al Doyle

6PM – 8:30PM

27 West 23rd Street, Room 534
New York, NY 10010

RSVP

Flatiron Summer Series: Tech Tuesdays
Launch Your New Website Idea

Want a killer website, but unsure where to start? How do you create a logo and website if you are not a web designer or developer? Coming up with a good idea is a lot of work, but making your website a reality is easier than you think. Join us for this workshop and find out.

This class is part of Flatiron Summer Series, a series of free community programming for the neighborhood by the neighborhood, including free tech education classes on Tech Tuesdays.
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Renata Rocha

6:30PM – 7:30PM

South Flatiron Public Plaza
Broadway between 22nd and 23rd Streets
New York, NY 10010

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UX/UI Design Principles Workshop

This intensive workshop will introduce concepts and practices of UX/UI design and the ways that designers study user experience to build effective user interfaces (UI). From work flow concepts to modes of analysis, revision, and communication, the workshop will provide an overview of the kinds of issues and practices that are important to this field.
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Professor Andrew Deck

10AM – 4PM

27 West 23rd Street
Room 322
New York, NY 10010

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UX/UI Design Principles Workshop

This two hour intensive workshop will introduce concepts and practices of UX/UI design. You will learn about the ways that designers study user experience to build effective user interfaces. From work flow concepts to modes of analysis, revision, and communication, the workshop will provide an overview of the kinds of issues and practices that are important to this field, as well as the kinds of tools and knowledge that are essential to succeed as a UX/UI designer. No prior knowledge of the subject is required to attend this event.
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Professor Andrew Deck

6PM – 8:30PM

27 West 23rd Street
Room 322
New York, NY 10010

RSVP

Cyber Security Workshop

We live in a globally connected world. Our “cyber security hygiene” not only affects us, but everyone around us, as well. Compromised systems (be it mobile, desktop, or laptop computers) can infect other systems and adversely impact your co-workers. Email security, social networking, and other acts easily spread infections, affecting reputation and causing financial burden. Attend this session to better understand what is at risk and what measures to deploy to protect yourself.
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Professor Behrooz Khorsandi, IBM Senior IT Specialist

6PM – 8:30PM

27 West 23rd Street
Room 534
New York, NY 10010

RSVP

Coding for Everyone

At this unique interactive workshop you will be introduced to app programming. You will learn basic programming concepts such as variables, commands, conditions, loops, code blocks/ functions, and events etc. by actually designing your own interactive game in the block programming environment called Scratch. Completion of this valuable workshop will give you the tools to apply programming principles and foundations to any programming language you want to learn in the future.
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Timmy Chen, Software Engineering Instructor

10AM – 4PM

27 West 23rd Street
Room 605
New York, NY 10010

RSVP