The Productive Scholar: Roku Box: Making Your Own Television Lineup, presented by John LeMasney

In this session, John LeMasney will show you how you can use Roku’s set top box to stream movies, shows, and audio to your television, cultivating, curating, and crafting your very own lineup of rich content that suits your own tastes. Come to the session to learn how you can cut your cable cord and start enjoying TV your own way.

Speaker bio:

John LeMasney is a father, artist, designer, consultant, technologist, open web advocate and open source evangelist living and working in New Jersey.
He is the Manager of Educational Technology Training and Outreach at Princeton University, responsible for training and presenting to faculty and students about the effective use of technology for communication, work, teaching and learning. He tries to help people get things done.
John received his Bachelor of Fine Arts with honors from the  University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA in 1998.
He received his Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership (communication) with honors from Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ in 2009.

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