What Is A SIG?
“The Life Force of Computer Clubs”
SIGs are what computer clubs are all about. Don’t see a SIG you’d like on our agenda? Ask! If there’s enough interest, maybe someone will get one started. Know a little more than most about a particular area? Start a SIG! If there’s member interest we’ll try to find a spot on the schedule, assign a room, and give it a little publicity in the Apple Barrel and our website.
SIGs are where it happens, the place to be. Make the most of them. Be a leader or a follower as you choose, but don’t miss out.
SIGs typically run for an hour each throughout the meeting day, starting at 9:00 AM, and ending at 2:00 PM, creating a one-day-a-month computer college campus.
General Meeting SIG Schedule
The monthly SIG schedule are available as print outs at the registration/check-in table at the General Meetings. (Not all SIGs offered at each General Meeting)
Bring your cameras, bring your pictures, and we’ll discuss what makes a great photo.
You and your iPhone/iPad. Covers iTunes and iPhoto. Other topics, like HandBrake are fair game. We can branch into general AV topics.
New Member Orientation
Getting the most from your membership and how HAAUG works to serve you.
Members helping members, one at a time.
Room assignments and SIG topics are subject to change at any time. SIG leaders are volunteers. Be nice to them!
Ad hoc: Groups are welcome to use the casual spaces to meet on other topics. Scheduled SIGs take precedence.