Introduction to the computer hardware for the visually impaired part 2
Here we present session 2 of our webinar on the topic of “introduction to the computer hardware for the visually impaired!” The webinar will be held on Monday, 7th September, 2020 from 7 PM (Indian time) onward. Thanks to Amrita Seattle again for their kind support!
What’s happened in the previous session?
In our previous session, we have discussed deeply about PSU (Power Supply Unit), Motherboard and RAM (Random Access Memory). Though, there are more to say on motherboard which we will do in the next session.
What will be covered in this upcoming sessions?
In the upcoming sessions, we will cover a lot of thing like, CPU (Central Processing Unit), GPU (Graphics Processing Unit), PCIE (Peripheral Component Interconnect Express), and lots more on computer hardware.
How many people showed their interest on computer hardware?
It is our pleasure to see a lot of people with visual impairments showed their interest on computer hardware and joined the webinar on that day both from India and Bangladesh. 63 participants have registered for the webinar,–41 people from India, 22 people from Bangladesh. We have found 47 male participants and 16 female participants. The webinar was recorded on request of the participants and available in our Techno Farm Youtube channel.
I am interested in computer hardware, can I register now?
If you have missed the first session and want to register for the second session onward, you may fill up the following registration form and all the details will be sent to you immediately. Those who have already registered for the first session, you don’t need to register again. The joining details will be mailed to you from our side.
Hope to see you in the next session!
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