Club meetings

2021-2022 Meeting #13: Last Meeting of the Year and Staff for Next Year

2022-2023 IT Club Staff

In the last IT Club meeting of the year, we said “THANKS!” to the staff for a job well done and welcomed the new staff for the incoming year 2022-2023.  Alana, Carlos, Yamilette, and Antonio did their best to make the Club meetings entertaining and technology-enriching. Kudos to you!  My best wishes for a prosperous future at the higher education level.

2021-2022 IT Club Staff

Now it’s up to Izal, Gerardo, and Ian to lead the Club and continue the work. Thank you, gentlemen, for accepting the challenge. Looking forward to seeing what your plans are for the next school year.

 

To everyone: Have a safe and healthy summer vacation. ~~LMMolina, Club Adviser

 

2021-2022 IT Club Meeting #11: Animation

Club meeting #11 was all about animation and as a closing activity, the Club members were asked to create their own storyboards. Here’s a link to some samples of the work handed in at the end of the meeting: Cyberix story boards

Thanks to the Club staff for this presentation!

Can you imagine what the storyboard would have looked like for the first cartoon? Check out the video below.

 

Here’s the presentation on animation for those who want to go over it again. Till the next meeting!~~LMMolina, Club Adviser

 

 

 

2021-2022 IT Club Meeting #10: “Deepfakes”

It’s a scary world out there when someone can take your voice and your facial movements to create a “fake” version of you. That’s why we must take care of what we post on social media. That’s where most unscrupulous people get their information.

This was the topic of Meeting #10.  In the closing activity the members watched 10 videos with no audio to determine which ones were fake. Check out the presentation to find out more on the subject and then take the test see how well you do. Fake or real? You’re guess is as good as mine!~~LMMolina, Club Adviser

 

 

2021-2022 IT Club Meeting #8: The Internet of Things

Did you know that even a light bulb could be an IoT device? All it needs is connection to the Internet.

The Internet of Things (IoT) was the topic for Cyberix Meeting #8.  This was the first in-person meeting of the year because Meeting #7 (also in January) was virtual.  After the presentation, members participated in a Quizizz activity to check what they had learned about IoT.

What did we gain today? Knowledge that enriched our minds and helped us grow intellectually.

Thanks to the IT Club staff for the presentation and the activity. Two thumbs up for this meeting! Looking forward to the next one. ~~LMMolina, Club Adviser

Check out this video on this IoT device for parents. Would you buy it?