A Different Kind of RV Rally: Learning Computers, Cameras, and Smartphones
by Chris Guld, of GeeksOnTour.TV
If you are a typical RVer, you use a lot of technology. How would you like to spend a week, with other RVers learning how to really use all those toys? From GPS and mapping software for planning your travels, to digital cameras and software for keeping photos organized, to using the Internet with laptops, tablets, and smartphones for keeping in touch with friends, family, and the world.
I’ve been writing tech-related articles in this RV.net Blog for several years now, and with my husband Jim, as Geeks on Tour, we’ve presented computer seminars to thousands of RVers at various Rallies across the country.
Then we met Phil, Tracey, and family from TechnoRV. They also teach technology topics at RV Rallies. We are both full-time RVers. So we got together and planned the first ever Technology Learning Rally for RVers. This will be more like a week-long immersion school and tech-toy playground than a rally. Each registration receives a 3-ring binder of materials, including instructional handouts, hands-on worksheets, and tutorial videos on disk. It will be a small group with lots of opportunity for personal attention using your own computer/tablet/camera/smartphone.
In addition to all our normal seminars, we will have hands-on sessions for beginners, lots of open Q&A, Show &Tell sessions, as well as projects, contests, and games like Geek Jeopardy.
If you’re interested and you’ll be in Florida at the end of April, find out the details and register today!
If you’re interested, but you can’t make it this time, let us know another time that may work for you.
Come Learn with Us!
Techno-Geek Learning Rally in Bushnell Florida April 22-28