Rowan Rozanski of the Colorado State Macintosh Users Group is one of the new breed of MUG leaders on campus. She talks about how her group came into being, what they do, how they involve students and faculty alike, her experiences at Macworld Expo and User Group University in San Francisco, why you don’t have to be a Mac expert to be a user group leader, and why she would recommend getting involved in a MUG to any young person. A reminder about the regular reports filed by the Apple Regional Liaison Team concludes this edition.
Rose Lynn of Gold Coast Mac talks about what it means to be a user group leader and what they offer, regardless of platform, the regional approach of FACUG and what they do, her own group, the FACUG Spring and Fall conferences, and much more.The MUG Center’s partnership with the User Group Advisory Board and Regional Liaison Team in covering special vendor offers to MUGs rounds out this edition.
Dan East talks about his regional MUG organization. The Mid-Atlantic MUG Team, recently expanded from the Tri-State MUG Team, what MAMUGS is all about, the services they offer, and why a regional approach is a good thing for any group of MUGs to consider. Details on why The MUG Center has added a discussion forum to its offerings rounds out this report.
Dan Berube talks about the largest Final Cut Pro User Group on the East Coast, how they outgrew their meeting place in one meeting, the concept of digital storytelling and why it is important in today’s world, what their group offers, how they hope to expand into the campus environment and much more. An update on why the User Group Report will receive more frequent updates finishes off this edition. (3/18)
Sandy Foderick has served as Regional Liaison to the North Central United States for the past year, and was appointed as the Regional Liaison for Virtual & Online User Groups at Macworld Expo San Francisco 2002. Sandy talks about her own online group, VMUG, a panel discussion on the subject at Macworld, the advantages and pitfalls of virtual MUGs, and much more. A summary of what it takes to get your event listed on the MUG Event Calendar rounds out this edition.