* 1. How useful was the information presented at this event?

* 2. Rank the sessions - 1 being the most informative, 5 being the least informative.

  1 2 3 4 5
Library Academy – How Technology Makes Libraries Academies of Lifelong Learning
Pocket Monsters, Sphero Robots & Lego Wedos: MakerSpace STEM programming for all age
You’re Not Hearing Things. The Computer Really is Talking To You: Text to Speech Software
Room Scale Virtual Reality in Your Library: Concept to Implementation
Demo Lab
GALILEO: Integrating local resources and best practices for linking to content
File Along With Me: E-Rate Form 471 Workshop/Office Hours
Information Security: Tips and Tricks to Protect Staff and Public Machines
PINES Block - PINES/Evergreen HTTP
PINES Block - Give Me Some Credit: Accepting Credit Cards via the Evergreen OPAC
PINES Block - SPF Records in Evergreen
PINES Block - Evergreen Self-Check Interface
Chrome Around the World: It All Started in Georgia's Libraries
InfoSec, Part Deux: What to Be Thinking About in the Library Setting
TechSoup Webinar
Coding in Libraries Panel
If You Had a Million Dollars: If you could shoot for the moon and money was no object, what would you roll out in your library?
Niche Academy: A New Resource for Library Managers
VOIP Panel: No more POTS. How have libraries responded? What do you need to know before you migrate to VOIP?
ReadSquared: The Enterprise version of the Great Reading Adventure Summer Reading Program
Lightning Rounds!

* 3. What activity/session did you enjoy the most? Why?

* 4. Did the Tech Bootcamp meet your expectations?

* 5. What would you like to see at the next Tech Boot Camp?

* 6. Overall, how satisfied were you with this event?

* 7. Additional comments?

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