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The Virtual Cengage Computing Experience is BACK September 25th

Cengage
Cengage

We are thrilled to announce the kick off session of the Virtual Cengage Computing Experience, held on the last Tuesday of the month, September through March.  The Virtual CCE is the monthly professional development webinar series on education, technology and innovation.  The series isn’t only the lead up to our 24th annual Cengage Computing Experience, #CCE2019, it’s the place where industry thought leaders, authors and instructors alike come together to talk about the topics near and dear to the academic community.  Hosted by Cengage for the Intro and Advanced Computing communities, our topics span from classroom to industry.  

 

The Virtual CCE series is kicking back up for Fall, beginning on Tuesday, September 25th, at 3 p.m. EST with Cengage Author, Instructor and Microsoft Consultant, Professor Corinne Hoisington on the much-anticipated Microsoft Office 365/2019 release.

 

This last perpetual Microsoft Office release is set to be the most innovative product from Microsoft yet, offering new ways to enhance Microsoft Office skills—or, as experts call it, the language of the working world.  Join us as Professor Corinne Hoisington discusses how these new features will impact you, your course and your students’ success.

 

Register HERE for the Virtual CCE on September 25th

 

 

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Already looking forward to the annual Cengage Computing Experience, #CCE2019? We are too!  Follow the updates and help shape our most exciting annual event yet. Check out Product Specialist, Danielle Klahr’s blog for the latest.

Stephen_J_Padilla
Mentor

I'm hopping on this like a frog on a junebug!

TerriGee
Contributor

I did, too, Stephen!

Cengage
Cengage

I hope to see you there, Terri!

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Cengage
Cengage

I'm going to borrow that phrase, Stephen!  Glad you are as excited as we are.

Stephen_J_Padilla
Mentor

Happy to serve, T'Challa!  Smiley Wink

 

I learned it back in the '80s from a crusty old Master Sergeant by the name of Jim Petty when I was stationed in Spain.  I don't remember what part of Texas he called home, but he sure had a lot of colorful expressions!