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Started Monday
Feb 18
Introduction to ControlLogix Using RSLogix 5000
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Northwest State Community College

An introduction of operation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of a PLC controlled system. Designed for Engineering and Maintenance personnel.

This 24 hour course was designed to make participants more effective troubleshooters on automated production equipment. The trainees will learn installation/replacement and how to troubleshoot the PLC hardware. A focus will also be on how to diagnose processor and I/O failures, as well as how to go Online to a unit.

The third day will focus on the Allen Bradley Ethernet card set up and configuration. Fee $950.00 per person.

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Wednesday
Feb 20
Excel Pivot Tables Webinar

Trying to find trends in raw data can be difficult. Learn to create pivot tables from your data in Excel. In this course we will create pivot tables and pivot charts from data in Excel as well as external data sources. Learn how to manipulate the information and modify the pivot table to answer your important questions. $40/person discounts for groups of 3 or more.

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Wednesday
Feb 20
Closing the Diversity Gap in Design Disciplines
BGSU Wolfe Center

(Rescheduled from Jan 31st)

The lack of diversity in design is not a new problem. Although scholars, employers, organizations, and design professionals have been investigating it for more than 50 years, the problem still exists. Representation of people of color in the design profession hasn’t significantly increased in over ten years, while culturally insensitive advertising and messaging are on the rise. What are the problems causing this disparity? Come listen as Jacinda Walker founder of designExplorr and author of Design Journeys: Strategies for Increasing Diversity in Design Disciplines explains the problems causing the lack of diversity in design, shares the need for more resources and outlines strategic solutions to close the diversity gap in design disciplines.

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Thursday
Feb 21
Code and Coffee (Findlay)
Coffee Amici

Come drink coffee and talk about code (or code if you're ambitious).

Thursday
Feb 21
Open Toledo Monthly Meeting
King Road Branch Library

Open Toledo focuses on civic technology and government technology, technologies that enhance civic engagement and help government run efficiently.

We encourage everyday citizens, technologists, creatives, community organizers, civic leaders, professionals, students and anyone interested in using technology to strengthen our region to bring their ideas and skills to table!

Every 3rd Thursday of the month.

Friday
Feb 22
Google Drive and Application Suite
Advanced Manufacturing Training Center at UT Scott Park

Google Drive and its office productivity applications support both real-time and asynchronous collaboration to accommodate people working from various locations and at different times of day. You will learn the capabilities of document sharing through Google Drive and the basics of using Google's productivity applications Sheets, Docs and Slides. Fee $75/person.

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Friday
Feb 22
OCWiC
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Sawmill Creek Resort

The Ohio Celebration of Women in Computing is a biannual event that gives young women the opportunity to explore careers in IT, to network with other young women and to meet possible mentors. OCWiC inspires women to complete their studies in computing by expanding their awareness of career possibilities and learning from women leaders from business, industry and academia.

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Saturday
Feb 23
CoderDojo Toledo [02/23]
25 Huron, Redsson's Office

CoderDojo is a global movement of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. At a Dojo, young people, between 7 and 17, learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and explore technology in an informal and creative environment.

In addition to learning to code, attendees meet like-minded people and are exposed to the possibilities of technology. Within the CoderDojo Movement, there is a focus on community, peer learning, youth mentoring and self-led learning, with an emphasis on showing how coding is a force for change in the world.

The Toledo Region's first Coder Dojo meets every Saturday from noon to 3pm.

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Saturday
Feb 23
AT&T Toledo Smart Cities Hackathon
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Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex (U. Toledo)

Across the globe, “Smart Cities” are working to harness the power of data and technology to solve community problems and improve the quality of life for their residents.

Join a dynamic group of students, technology experts and community leaders for a 24-hour Toledo Smart Cities Hackathon, designed to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing the region.

We’ll look for new ways to engage community problems such as student homelessness and safe water, while examining how technology could help improve everyday life in Northwest Ohio.

Bring your brainpower (and your laptop). It’s going to be an exciting 24 hours!

Problem Statements * A Smarter Toledo * Student Homelessness * Clean and Safe Water

Tentative Event Agenda: (subject to change)

Saturday, February 23, 2019

  • 3:00pm Registration & Networking
  • 4:30pm Guest Speakers
  • 4:45pm Smart Cities Panel Discussion with local entrepreneurs/technologists
  • 5:15pm The Hacking Begins!

Sunday, February 24, 2019

  • 8:30am Breakfast
  • 9:45am The Hacking Continues!
  • 2:30pm Presentations
  • 3:30pm Awards
  • 4pm Event Close
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Thursday
Feb 28
Code and Coffee (Findlay)
Coffee Amici

Come drink coffee and talk about code (or code if you're ambitious).

Thursday
Feb 28
The Role of Power, Equity, and Design
BGSU Student Union

Join ICS and the BGSU School of Art in welcoming Antionette Carroll, an internationally recognized graphic designer, community activist, public speaker, and entrepreneur.

In her public lecture, Carroll will introduce the principles of Equity-Centered Community Design. She will discuss her work as the Founder and CEO of Creative Reaction Lab, a non-profit, youth-led, community-centered social impact design collaborative, to demonstrate how graphic design can be utilized as a vital tool in redesigning entire communities and cities to be more racially diverse, inclusive, and equitable.

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Friday
Mar 1
Leaders for Community Action + Equity workshop
BGSU Student Union

Calling all professionals and community practitioners in the fields of public administration, not-for-profit management, educational leadership, urban planning, housing, and more!

Come to BGSU to learn techniques and approaches to Equity-Centered Community Design. By the end of this workshop, you will have the tools to work toward transforming local communities within your own place of employment. In this four-hour intensive workshop, we will examine the ways we plan and create programs to achieve more inclusive and equitable outcomes. This workshop is for those who want to learn how structure their own organizations, businesses, and communities to be more inclusive.

Registration Fee for the professional-focused workshop is $45.

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Saturday
Mar 2
CoderDojo Toledo [03/02]
25 Huron, Redsson's Office

CoderDojo is a global movement of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. At a Dojo, young people, between 7 and 17, learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and explore technology in an informal and creative environment.

In addition to learning to code, attendees meet like-minded people and are exposed to the possibilities of technology. Within the CoderDojo Movement, there is a focus on community, peer learning, youth mentoring and self-led learning, with an emphasis on showing how coding is a force for change in the world.

The Toledo Region's first Coder Dojo meets every Saturday from noon to 3pm.

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Friday
Mar 8
Toledo Infragard Open Meeting

The Toledo Members Alliance is comprised of representatives from numerous business, education and government agencies from around Northwest Ohio as well as a dedicated agent from the Toledo FBI Field Office.

Open Meeting Agenda:

  • 8:00-8:15 – Check-in
  • 8:15-8:30 – Introductions, housekeeping, TIMA business
  • 8:30-10:00 – Speaker with Q&A
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Saturday
Mar 9
CoderDojo Toledo [03/09]
25 Huron, Redsson's Office

CoderDojo is a global movement of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. At a Dojo, young people, between 7 and 17, learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and explore technology in an informal and creative environment.

In addition to learning to code, attendees meet like-minded people and are exposed to the possibilities of technology. Within the CoderDojo Movement, there is a focus on community, peer learning, youth mentoring and self-led learning, with an emphasis on showing how coding is a force for change in the world.

The Toledo Region's first Coder Dojo meets every Saturday from noon to 3pm.

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Tuesday
Mar 12
NWNUG Code & Coffee
Panera Bread, Fremont Pike

NWNUG will be doing the 2nd Tuesday morning every month.

Very casual. Just show up and talk tech, cowork, or just hang out.

Wednesday
Mar 13
James Malcolm - Flow (NWo365UG)
HCR ManorCare

Microsoft Flow has been around for a while now, but most people barely know it exists or what it can do for them. In this presentation we'll run through several live demos of the out-of-the-box templates that Flow provides and dip our toes in the deep end by creating our own Flow from scratch.

Thursday
Mar 21
The Ama-zoning of America: It’s a Matter of TIME
Pinnacle

NORED is pleased to have RIck Stein from the Urban Decision Group in Columbus Ohio as its keynote speaker for the Annual Meeting. Mr. Stein's talk is titled: The Ama-zoning of America: It's a Matter of TIME.

Amazon, Walmart and others, are in a race to deliver an ever-increasing variety of goods to consumers, which is quickening the degree to which e-commerce is increasing as a percentage of overall retail sales. At some point in the near-future, everything that consumers can purchase in stores will be available on-line for the same price or approximately the same price. That will leave only one battleground left for which these “e-tailers” will compete – the time between ordering goods and when the goods are delivered. The results of this fight over time will have physical, economic, and social impacts that will shape cities, regions, and people, for decades to come. It's the end of civilization as we know it.

Tickets: $35

Thursday
Mar 21
Open Toledo Monthly Meeting
King Road Branch Library

Open Toledo focuses on civic technology and government technology, technologies that enhance civic engagement and help government run efficiently.

We encourage everyday citizens, technologists, creatives, community organizers, civic leaders, professionals, students and anyone interested in using technology to strengthen our region to bring their ideas and skills to table!

Every 3rd Thursday of the month.

Wednesday
Mar 27
ISACA March
Buffalo Wild Wings Bowling Green

Save the date for the March meeting of the ISACA Northwest Ohio Chapter.

Phil Bertolini, CIO, Oakland County MI

ISACA (previously the Information Systems Audit and Control Association) is a world wide association of IS governance professionals. The association currently focuses on assurance, security, and governance.

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Monday
Apr 8
Techstars Startup Week Columbus
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Techstars Startup Week is a free, five-day celebration of our community that builds momentum and opportunity around entrepreneurship. We’re led by local entrepreneurs and hosted in amazing spaces all over town.

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Monday
Apr 8
BGSU E-week Lunch & Learn
BGSU Business Administration Building

BGSU's Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a host of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

Monday, April 8

12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Lunch and Learn

Speaker: Marilyn Eisele, Finance and Operations Leader

The David J. Joseph Company Business Hub, 2nd Floor, College of Business

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Tuesday
Apr 9
NWNUG Code & Coffee
Panera Bread, Fremont Pike

NWNUG will be doing the 2nd Tuesday morning every month.

Very casual. Just show up and talk tech, cowork, or just hang out.

Tuesday
Apr 9
BGSU E-week Lunch & Learn
BGSU Business Administration Building

BGSU's Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a host of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

Tuesday, April 9

10:30 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. Lunch and Learn

Speakers: Bowling Green Successful Entrepreneurs

The David J. Joseph Company Business Hub, 2nd Floor, College of Business

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Wednesday
Apr 10
BGSU E-week Lunch & Learn
BGSU Business Administration Building

BGSU's Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a host of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

Wednesday, April 10

12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Lunch and Learn

Speaker: Brian Hainline, Chief Medical Officer, NCAA

The David J. Joseph Company Business Hub, 2nd Floor, College of Business

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Wednesday
Apr 10
BGSU E-week Entrepreneur in Residence
BGSU Business Administration Building

BGSU's Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a host of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

Wednesday, April 10

12:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Entrepreneur-in-Residence – Mark West, CEO, Shared Clarity

The David J. Joseph Company Business Hub Prototype Offices, 2nd Floor, College of Business

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Thursday
Apr 11
BGSU The Hatch
BGSU - Perry Field House

BGSU student entrepreneurs will present their business ideas to alumni investors during The Hatch on April 11, vying for funds to launch their businesses in a format similar to the popular television show “Shark Tank.” This event is streamed to Hatch Watch parties across the country and to several countries throughout the world.

What sets The Hatch apart from similar events is that the alumni investors make equity investments providing real money for students to launch real businesses. To date, more than $500,000 have been committed to student startups.

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Thursday
Apr 11
BGSU The Hatch
BGSU - Perry Field House

BGSU student entrepreneurs will present their business ideas to alumni investors during The Hatch on April 11, vying for funds to launch their businesses in a format similar to the popular television show “Shark Tank.” This event is streamed to Hatch Watch parties across the country and to several countries throughout the world.

What sets The Hatch apart from similar events is that the alumni investors make equity investments providing real money for students to launch real businesses. To date, more than $500,000 have been committed to student startups.

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Thursday
Apr 18
Open Toledo Monthly Meeting
King Road Branch Library

Open Toledo focuses on civic technology and government technology, technologies that enhance civic engagement and help government run efficiently.

We encourage everyday citizens, technologists, creatives, community organizers, civic leaders, professionals, students and anyone interested in using technology to strengthen our region to bring their ideas and skills to table!

Every 3rd Thursday of the month.

Tuesday
May 14
NWNUG Code & Coffee
Panera Bread, Fremont Pike

NWNUG will be doing the 2nd Tuesday morning every month.

Very casual. Just show up and talk tech, cowork, or just hang out.

Wednesday
May 15
Danny Royer: SharePoint PnP PowerShell Module (NWo365UG)
Libbey Glass Toledo HQ

SharePoint Patterns and Practices (PnP) contains a library of PowerShell commands (PnP PowerShell) that allows you to perform complex provisioning and artifact management actions towards SharePoint. The commands use CSOM and can work against both SharePoint Online (SPO) and SharePoint On-Premises.

Thursday
May 16
Open Toledo Monthly Meeting
King Road Branch Library

Open Toledo focuses on civic technology and government technology, technologies that enhance civic engagement and help government run efficiently.

We encourage everyday citizens, technologists, creatives, community organizers, civic leaders, professionals, students and anyone interested in using technology to strengthen our region to bring their ideas and skills to table!

Every 3rd Thursday of the month.

Wednesday
May 22
ISACA May

Save the date for the May meeting of the ISACA Northwest Ohio Chapter.

ISACA (previously the Information Systems Audit and Control Association) is a world wide association of IS governance professionals. The association currently focuses on assurance, Auguri Di Buon Natale security, and governance.

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Monday
Jun 3
Techstars Startup Week Dayton
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Startup Week is a free, five-day celebration of our community that builds momentum and opportunity around entrepreneurship. We're led by local entrepreneurs and hosted in amazing spaces all over Dayton.

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Tuesday
Jun 11
NWNUG Code & Coffee
Panera Bread, Fremont Pike

NWNUG will be doing the 2nd Tuesday morning every month.

Very casual. Just show up and talk tech, cowork, or just hang out.

Monday
Jun 17
Techstars Startup Week Detroit
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Techstars Startup Week Detroit is a free five-day celebration of entrepreneurship, hosted by a unified community in spaces that you love. Participate in a new type of conference, led by entrepreneurs dedicated to building momentum and opportunity in a revived

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Wednesday
Jun 19
Startup Scaleup 2019 (Cleveland)

Toledo region entrepreneurs are invited to check out what is happening in Cleveland.

Join us for JumpStart’s 5th annual Startup Scaleup community event, where entrepreneurs and the organizations that support them gather to network with one another, learn from each other and celebrate Northeast Ohio’s continuously growing entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Whether you’re thinking of launching a venture, currently building a startup or working to grow an existing business, Startup Scaleup offers a day of new ideas, practical advice and collaborative sessions geared toward helping you access the resources available to achieve your entrepreneurial goals.

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Thursday
Jun 20
Open Toledo Monthly Meeting
King Road Branch Library

Open Toledo focuses on civic technology and government technology, technologies that enhance civic engagement and help government run efficiently.

We encourage everyday citizens, technologists, creatives, community organizers, civic leaders, professionals, students and anyone interested in using technology to strengthen our region to bring their ideas and skills to table!

Every 3rd Thursday of the month.

Tuesday
Jul 9
NWNUG Code & Coffee
Panera Bread, Fremont Pike

NWNUG will be doing the 2nd Tuesday morning every month.

Very casual. Just show up and talk tech, cowork, or just hang out.

Wednesday
Sep 11
Q3 event TBD (NWo365UG)
TBD

We have several speakers lined up, and will publish the details once we determine who is speaking on which date.

Friday
Oct 11
Toledo Infragard Tabletop Excercise

The Toledo Area Alliance of InfraGard is sponsoring a tabletop exercise and would like you to participate.

A tabletop exercise involves a diverse group of government and industry professionals in an informal setting, discussing a simulated situation. The intention of this type of exercise is to stimulate discussion of various issues regarding a hypothetical situation.

The information gathered can be used to assess plans, policies, and procedures or to assess types of systems needed to guide the prevention of, response to, and recovery from a defined event. Tabletop exercises are typically aimed at facilitating an understanding of concepts, identifying strengths and shortfalls, and/or achieving a change in attitude.

Participants are encouraged to discuss issues in depth and develop decisions through slow-paced problem solving rather than the rapid, spontaneous decision making that occurs under actual or simulated emergency conditions.

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Wednesday
Nov 20
Microsoft Ignite Recap (NWo365UG)
TBD

Microsoft Ignite is a once a year conference where Microsoft reveals many of its latest technical announcements for products like Office. Join us for a panel of Ignite attendees that demonstrate the cool things they learned.