Anchor Intro: The first ever Tech Connect was held at Kent State University Sunday, so we sent Jamie Dillon to get the scoop on what the event is.
Kent State University held it’s first ever Tech Connect Sunday in the First Energy building in Franklin Hall. Students and faculty attended to help fine tune their computer skills.
Kent State professor Sue Zake was in charge of the with other professionals in the area helping her out.
“Many colleagues of mine have helped out along way of getting this event going.” Zake said.
Tech Connect is a great way for professionals in the field to help improve their skills. Marcia Pledger, from the Cleveland Plain Dealer, was here hoping to help herself out.
“My job is always changing, and I needed to learn how to do some of the behind computer scenes.” Pledger said.
The event featured free pizza, free lunch, and conferences throughout the day from !0 AM to 4 PM.