PUSD Tech Café


What are Tech Cafés and who does it support?

PUSD Tech Cafés support District Office staff with face-to-face training sessions based on their expressed technology needs. The sessions are captured in a live webinar to support those who are unable to attend. Every session includes time for hands-on practice and exploration of the designated digital tool. 


How does this align with the District's vision?

Poway Unified strives to provide high quality professional learning for all staff to promote culture and conditions that empower world-class learners. The Tech Cafés provide opportunities for both classified and certificated staff of all skill levels to leverage technology to enhance their work for students.

Where can I find information on upcoming sessions? 

Sessions are announced by e-mail from the Technology & Innovation Department. You will also see flyers and promotions throughout the District Office. 

2021 Topics Include:
  • Zoom Tips and Tricks: Learn about the latest updates to Zoom and tips to enrich your next meeting.
  • Overview of Google Drive: Learn the basics of using Google Drive including how to stay organized and share your information with collaborators.
  • Using the New Outlook: Learn some of the ways Outlook 365 differs from the desktop version and webmail version.
  • Design with Canva: Learn the basics of how to use Canva, a graphic design platform, used to create social media graphics, presentations, posters, documents and other visual content. 

Where can I find recordings of prior sessions?

Prior training session slide decks and recordings can be found here.

Technology and Innovation Social Media 

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