THE Geek Fest offers quality conference-style presentations, guest speakers and topic sessions for one amazingly low price -- FREE. Topics range from software development and animation to social media and education. There is something for everyone and all levels of geek during THE Geek Fest. Sessions begin at 9:00 a.m. and are generally 1 hour in length with 15 minute breaks between. Seating is limited so try to get there early and grab your spot! Email or tweet @thegeekfest if you have any questions.

THE GEEK FEST Printed Program

A quantity of the printed programs will be available on the day of the event for THE Geek Fest attendees. Look for them at the campus entrances and in the first floor display hall. Want a digital copy? Click here to download the event program in Adobe Acrobat PDF file format.

THE GEEK FEST Calendar of Events

Learning Tracks
The sessions and guest speakers scheduled during THE Geek Fest tend to align along tracks of interest. These tracks adapt each year as industries and technologies of interest change. For TGF2012, the tracks include technology innovations, automotive technologies, startups and entrepreneurship, teaching and learning, display hall activities and the Microsoft IT Camp. The color coded calendar image provided below may help attendees to connect schedule sessions and guest speakers to a corresponding learning track.

Index of Learning Track Color Codes:
  • Gold = Microsoft IT Camp
  • Orange = Automotive Technologies
  • Blue = Technology Innovations
  • Red = Startups + Entrepreneurship / Business
  • Green = Teaching and Learning
  • Purple = Display Hall + Activities
TGF2012 Learning Tracks
Click on the image above for a larger calendar view!

ATTN CPCC Employees
Yes, Professional Development (PD) credit is available for attending CPCC faculty and staff! If you are a CPCC employee, Professional Development (PD) credit is available for attending many of the sessions during THE Geek Fest. Access LearnerWeb and enroll in these sessions today to earn your PD credit. Note that you may be required to enter your employee login if accessing it from off-campus.
Adam Brooks,
Nov 7, 2012, 1:07 PM
Adam Brooks,
Nov 9, 2012, 9:01 AM