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Bentley's IT 101 'Intensive' Course Featured in Pocket PC Magazine
June 12, 2005
The IT 101 'intensive' course, offered for the first time as a pilot during the 2004-2005 academic year, is featured in the Enterprise section of Pocket PC Magazine's July 2005 issue.
The course uses Pocket PCs in a creative way to engage students who arrive at Bentley with prior computer knowledge and who would typically test out of the required IT 101 course. Designed by Senior CIS Lecturer Mark Frydenberg, the pilot course was so popular it will be offered again in the fall.
The three-page magazine spread resulted from the collaborative efforts of Frydenberg, Bentley Public and Media Relations and Duncan Brown, editor of the magazine's Enterprise section.
Pocket PC Magazine is a national publication with a circulation of about 60,000 and is additionally available on newsstands. It is targeted at end-users and enterprise buyers interested in "everything Windows mobile." The magazine covers handhelds, pocket computers and smart phones operating on the Windows Mobile Platform and all the related software and accessories that go with them.
For a PDF of the article, please click here.
Bentley has permission from Pocket PC Magazine to reproduce the article. (c) 2005 Thaddeus Computing INC.
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