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Thursday
Oct 11
Midwest UX 18 - Chicago
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The top User Experience conference in the midwest will be in Chicago in the fall of 2018.

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Saturday
Apr 21
CoderDojo Toledo (4/21)
25 Huron, Redsson's Office

Come to the next iteration of Coder Dojo Toledo following the visit by Coder Dojo founder Bill Liao.

  • New location: 25 Huron in downtown Toledo.
  • Current Coder Dojo kids & mentors: show up as usual, just a new location.
  • Current Coder Dojo parents: please plan to stay to hear about changes.
  • New Coder Dojo kids & parents: If you are interested in joining Coder Dojo, show up to meet everyone else and see what it is like.
  • New mentors: If you are interested in becoming a mentor, stop by to meet the other mentors and see what it involves.
  • New Coder Dojo leaders: Interested in starting your own Coder Dojo in the area? Stop by during a Coder Dojo session to learn more.

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
Apr 28
CoderDojo Toledo (4/28)
25 Huron, Redsson's Office

Come to the next iteration of Coder Dojo Toledo following the visit by Coder Dojo founder Bill Liao.

  • New location: 25 Huron in downtown Toledo.
  • Current Coder Dojo kids & mentors: show up as usual, just a new location.
  • Current Coder Dojo parents: please plan to stay to hear about changes.
  • New Coder Dojo kids & parents: If you are interested in joining Coder Dojo, show up to meet everyone else and see what it is like.
  • New mentors: If you are interested in becoming a mentor, stop by to meet the other mentors and see what it involves.
  • New Coder Dojo leaders: Interested in starting your own Coder Dojo in the area? Stop by during a Coder Dojo session to learn more.

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
May 5
CoderDojo Toledo (5/5)
25 Huron, Redsson's Office

Come to the next iteration of Coder Dojo Toledo following the visit by Coder Dojo founder Bill Liao.

  • New location: 25 Huron in downtown Toledo.
  • Current Coder Dojo kids & mentors: show up as usual, just a new location.
  • Current Coder Dojo parents: please plan to stay to hear about changes.
  • New Coder Dojo kids & parents: If you are interested in joining Coder Dojo, show up to meet everyone else and see what it is like.
  • New mentors: If you are interested in becoming a mentor, stop by to meet the other mentors and see what it involves.
  • New Coder Dojo leaders: Interested in starting your own Coder Dojo in the area? Stop by during a Coder Dojo session to learn more.

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.

Website
Saturday
May 12
CoderDojo Toledo (5/12)
25 Huron, Redsson's Office

Come to the next iteration of Coder Dojo Toledo following the visit by Coder Dojo founder Bill Liao.

  • New location: 25 Huron in downtown Toledo.
  • Current Coder Dojo kids & mentors: show up as usual, just a new location.
  • Current Coder Dojo parents: please plan to stay to hear about changes.
  • New Coder Dojo kids & parents: If you are interested in joining Coder Dojo, show up to meet everyone else and see what it is like.
  • New mentors: If you are interested in becoming a mentor, stop by to meet the other mentors and see what it involves.
  • New Coder Dojo leaders: Interested in starting your own Coder Dojo in the area? Stop by during a Coder Dojo session to learn more.

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.

Website
Saturday
May 19
CoderDojo Toledo (5/19)
25 Huron, Redsson's Office

Come to the next iteration of Coder Dojo Toledo following the visit by Coder Dojo founder Bill Liao.

  • New location: 25 Huron in downtown Toledo.
  • Current Coder Dojo kids & mentors: show up as usual, just a new location.
  • Current Coder Dojo parents: please plan to stay to hear about changes.
  • New Coder Dojo kids & parents: If you are interested in joining Coder Dojo, show up to meet everyone else and see what it is like.
  • New mentors: If you are interested in becoming a mentor, stop by to meet the other mentors and see what it involves.
  • New Coder Dojo leaders: Interested in starting your own Coder Dojo in the area? Stop by during a Coder Dojo session to learn more.

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.

Website
Saturday
May 26
CoderDojo Toledo (5/26)
25 Huron, Redsson's Office

Come to the next iteration of Coder Dojo Toledo following the visit by Coder Dojo founder Bill Liao.

  • New location: 25 Huron in downtown Toledo.
  • Current Coder Dojo kids & mentors: show up as usual, just a new location.
  • Current Coder Dojo parents: please plan to stay to hear about changes.
  • New Coder Dojo kids & parents: If you are interested in joining Coder Dojo, show up to meet everyone else and see what it is like.
  • New mentors: If you are interested in becoming a mentor, stop by to meet the other mentors and see what it involves.
  • New Coder Dojo leaders: Interested in starting your own Coder Dojo in the area? Stop by during a Coder Dojo session to learn more.

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
Apr 20
2018 Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship
BGSU Student Union

Mark your calendar for Friday, April 20, and check back for more updates as we finalize this exciting entrepreneurial opportunity.

E-Week is filled with a host of events including The Hatch, the Paul J. Hooker Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership Hall of Fame induction ceremony and the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. Throughout the week, alumni visit campus and speak to our students, providing unique learning and networking opportunities.

  • Sebo Keynote speaker: Jim Stengel, author of Grow: How Ideals Power Growth and Profit at the World’s Greatest Companies, and Unleashing the Innovators: How Mature Companies Find New Life with Startups.
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Wednesday
May 16
Agile and Beyond 2018
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Eagle Crest Resort (Ypsilanti, MI)

Agile & Beyond is a grassroots, volunteer run conference that helps people learn about agile principles and practices as well as covers topics that help make people and companies awesome. With pre-conference workshops and over 100 conference sessions, there is a wide variety of topics for the agile newbie all the way to the agile expert.

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Monday
Apr 23
The NY Startup Scene (Code City)
Rustbelt Coffee

Code City: Unleashing the entrepreneur in everyone. Start Ups. Bootcamps. Talks. Tools. Coaches and Events to help you design the future.

Adam Levine, Curator of Ancient Art at The Toledo Museum of Art, founder of two startups, and with a background in the New York Startup scene, Adam is coming out to speak to the entrepreneurs, artists, and tech folks at Code City. He'll be sharing insights drawing from his extensive and varied experiences to shed some light and direction for those wanting to help shape Toledo's future.

Code City meets every Monday night at 6pm at Rustbelt Coffee in downtown Toledo.

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Wednesday
Apr 25
How to Use cPanel for WordPress Hosting
Seed Coworking

cPanel is a web based hosting control panel provided by many hosting providers to website owners allowing them to manage their websites from a web based interface. This program gives users a graphical interface from which they can control their portion of the Unix server, yet can be full of bloatware which may or may not be all that useful.

Come learn to navigate the cPanel interface. Discover the best tools, their advantages how to use them and how to avoid pitfalls. We will cover the tools used in managing domains, maintaining files, database, security and web performance. This is an introductory talk which may dip into more advanced topics.

Following our talk we'll do our best to answer your questions.

Guest Speaker: Vagish Vela Vagish has been tinkering with software for over 16 years, starting his journey with PHP and growing into software development consulting with eCommerce, CMS, and web apps using Ruby on Rails and the JAMstack for global clients across various sectors including education, manufacturing, and the service industry. He also works as a project manager at Owens Corning. He is a former Londoner who moved to the Bowling Green area for the love of his life and has 3 children with her.

Agenda: 6:00 - 6:30 Networking 6:30 - Announcements & Introductions 6:40 Our Talk Afterward - Your Questions & Conversation

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Thursday
Apr 26
Atomic Design Systems
Seed Coworking

Discover the world of Atomic Design Systems and how to use them to create stronger user interface elements. Learn how to create designs physically or digitally and apply them to your own projects.

Alexander will walk the audience through the atomic methodology and show why systems are valuable by making your work:

  • Sustainable
  • Faster to Produce
  • Cohesive

ABOUT ALEXANDER CHRISTIAN

Alexander is a designer at Spoke and will earn his BFA in Graphic Design from BGSU in May of 2018. He spends most of his time obsessing over grids and compulsively organizing his files. When he isn’t working, he can usually be found drinking impressive amounts of coffee

Thursday
May 3
Ask a Patent/Copyright/Trademark Attorney
Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Main Branch

Attorneys will provide an overview of intellectual property, explain the differences between patents, trademarks and copyright, and be available to answer your questions.

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Tuesday
May 15
LinkedIn For Business
Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Main Branch

Your business can use LinkedIn to show employee appreciation, attract new talent, and gain clients. Pauline W. Glaza, owner of Enhanced Publications, has been helping individuals and firms optimize their LinkedIn presence for 7+ years. Bring your lunch and join us to learn more about using LinkedIn. This program will give tips on polishing your business and personal site and growing your business network. Registration is suggested.

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Monday
May 21
Making Your Business Legal
Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Main Branch

Talk to a representative from the Ohio Secretary of State’s office about online resources available from the Secretary of State’s Business Services Website. This is for business owners that are thinking they need to formalize their business. Registration is not required; feel free to bring a brown bag lunch and/or your laptop.

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Thursday
Jun 7
Ask a Patent/Copyright/Trademark Attorney
Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Main Branch

Attorneys will provide an overview of intellectual property, explain the differences between patents, trademarks and copyright, and be available to answer your questions.

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Thursday
Jul 5
Ask a Patent/Copyright/Trademark Attorney
Toledo Lucas County Public Library, Main Branch

Attorneys will provide an overview of intellectual property, explain the differences between patents, trademarks and copyright, and be available to answer your questions.

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Wednesday
Apr 25
Toledo Biodesign Competition Finals
Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion

Presented by the University of Toledo in partnership with the Toledo Museum of Art, the Biodesign Challenge offers art, engineering and environmental studies students the opportunity to envision future applications of biotechnology in a competition that highlights student research, community engagement, and innovation.

This course, taught by UT faculty, Eric Zeigler and Brian Carpenter, is part of an international cohort of universities working to promote a multidisciplinary approach to real world problems.

The five groups of students have defined a problem, created a solution, and are now in the prototyping stage. The topics they are researching are:

  • Remediation of fish waste through the production of a 3D printable material.
  • Easing issues of human flow in refugee situations with microbial electricity generation.
  • Remediation of excess tree leaves into insulation panels for existing structures.
  • Deployment of water based drones to remove algae from the Toledo water intake in Lake Erie, and other algal bloom sites.
  • A newly designed honeybee hive that reduces colony collapse disorder with the use of biomaterials.

Following the student presentations, enjoy a reception will the judges make their decision!

The Biodesign Challenge offers art and design students the opportunity to envision future applications of biotechnology in a competition that highlights student work. Classrooms of participating schools are connected with a team of biologists and experts to guide the students as they develop their ideas. At the University of Toledo, Art students, Bioengineering students, Environmental Science students, and Honors students will break into teams to tackle real and pressing biological issues with Biotechnology solutions. Student teams will research, iterate, prototype, and defend solutions to these issues in a competition at the end of the semester at the Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion. A wide range of people from the community who are experts in art, design, and biology will judge the competition.

The winning student team will join the instructors for a trip to MoMA in New York in June of 2018 for an international competition against 29 other schools. The students will be competing for prizes offered by the Biodesign Challenge, as well as prizes from organizations who support the challenge.

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Friday
May 11
Innovation Showcase
Toledo Museum of Art Glass Pavilion

NextTech, along with our Collaborative partners, ProMedica, Mercy Health Partners, University of Toledo and BGSU, invites you to join us for a morning of mission exploration and a showcase of the innovative tech concepts in our area. Enjoy a light continental breakfast as we celebrate innovation.

Wednesday
May 23
Business Boost
Waterville Branch Library

Businesses need an edge over their competition, and the owner who works smarter is often the one who gets ahead. The Library has electronic databases than an owner can use to build targeted lists of prospective customers and that can help businesses learn how their competitive peers are performing. Using American Business/Reference USA/One Source either at the Library or from your office or home, business owners can get valuable information quickly. You are welcome to bring along your mobile device or laptop. You will leave with handouts and worksheets for review at your office.

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