Gregory West

 

For any information please contact Gregory at:
prospector16 (at) gmail.com

Gregory is a Mac Computer Instructor for Lambton College in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. He has a basic computer consulting business:  COMPUTER & INTERNET CONSULTANT and TRAINER.

He is a tech columnist for the First Monday magazine. He was the editor for the Sarnia Computer Users’ Group’s magazine: SCUG Report. Today, Gregory is writing technology articles and software reviews for the Association of Computer Users’ Groups, a worldwide network of computer groups.

Gregory is the Chairperson at Central United Church, where he has built a fully-functional computer training centre and photo studio. Here he runs FREE weekly BASIC COMPUTER TRAINING SEMINARS at Central United Church in fall and winter months. These seminars include all operating systems including: XP, VISTA, Windows 7, and MAC systems. Each session has a very popular Q&A session where YOU get help with those nagging nasty computer problems that just won’t solve themselves. Each seminar has backup notes online so you do not need to take notes, but you are welcome to do so.

He gives keynote presentations to computer groups in both Ontario, Canada and Port Huron, MI. USA on various technology topics that usually appear in this blog.

Gregory’s background is in Journalism from Centennial College in Toronto, Canada. He also studied Cultural Anthropology and English at Athabasca University. He has certification in professional writing from Lambton College.

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For any information please contact Gregory at: prospector16 (at) gmail.com

 

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