MWNY User Group University Syllabus Finalized: TMO's Kyle D'Addario To Offer OS X Session

The User Group University has finalized their syllabus for the upcoming MACWORLD NY Expo. Featuring sessions ranging from Tutorial Development to Managing Your Groupis Finances, the User Group University sessions are designed to help MUG members and leaders to get the most out of their User Group Experience.

Of further note, following with the rest of MACWORLDis suspected theme, our own Kyle DiAddario will be co-hosting a session entitled "OS X Migration." According to the MUG Center:

The schedule and faculty roster for User Group University in New York City on July 17, has been announced.

User Group University (UGU) is a day-long seminar designed to assist Macintosh User Group leaders in managing, operating and growing their organizations. Held the day before Macworld Expo, UGU draws attendees from all over the world. At Macworld San Francisco in January, UGU boasted representatives from over one hundred user groups from five continents.

UGU New York 2001 will feature 11 separate sessions on two tracks with topics ranging from user group finances to sessions addressing community interaction. A special event will open UGU on the evening of Monday, July 16. Tuesday, July 17 will feature a keynote address followed by the sessions tracks, and a vendor reception will conclude the event that evening.

Complete faculty listings and schedule information can be found on The MUG Center. The UGU Faculty includes members of Appleis User Group Advisory Board, Regional Liaison Team and Apple User Group Program Manager Garr Reynolds.

UGU New York 2001 is sponsored by many of the premier vendors in the Macintosh industry, including Apple, Adobe Systems, Macworld Magazine, WACOM Technology, Casady & Greene, Quicken, Strider Software, CE Software and OiReilly Books.

Users may register for the discounted price of US$25 until the end of the day today, and for US$40 after that. You can find a schedule of sessions, and more information on the UGU faculty, at the MUG Center Web site.