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Albuquerque IT Roundtable

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Fall 2010 Albuquerque Church IT Roundtable at Calvary Chapel of Albuquerque


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Calvary Chapel of Albuquerque is excited to host the Albuquerque Church IT Roundtable on October 26th. The cost for this event is $35 and the deadline for registration is 10-15-10.




A roundtable is a peer-learning event where the participants are both teachers and learners. A roundtable is:


  • Small enough to emphasize interactive learning
  • Led by a facilitator and peer
  • Includes participants who have an affinity with each other
  • Does not include a strong agenda beyond sharing knowledge





  • An Ergotron LX Arm will be given away (MSRP $169)
  • Everyone gets a 2010 Albuquerque Church IT Roundtable T-Shirt
  • Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner are provided by our on-campus Cafe
  • Still finalizing live music during dinner with guitarist Tim Gaulden (Tim Gaulden Sample) and percussionist Sandy Dunn.
  • Everyone who registers before 10/15 gets a free tweet decal




Calvary Chapel of Albuquerque

4001 Osuna RD NE

Albuquerque, NM 87109



Monday, Oct. 25


  • Dinner plans: TBD, paid for by attendee


Tuesday, Oct. 26


  • 8am Registration/breakfast 
  • 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Roundtable discussions (lunch provided)
  • Post roundtable meal: Solomon's Porch cafe with live music (on campus)




Anyone responsible for Information Technology in a ministry setting ... Business Admins, IT Directors, Network Admins, Helpdesk, staff or volunteers ... regardless of church/organization size.



To meet other IT staff and volunteers


  • Encouragement - "I am not alone." "Here I am understood."
  • Confidence - "I'm not so crazy after all."
  • Relationship - Develop on-going friendships


To advance the diffusion of innovation in a given topic area


  • Sharing knowledge, lessons learned, and experiences
  • Sorting out the big picture. How does it all fit? Where are we going?
  • Synergy of new ideas, new perspectives, and new dreams


To facilitate collaboration


  • Explore opportunities for teaming up to accomplish common goals
  • "Network" - Learn who knows what and who is doing what





Feel free to contact me with any questions or comments itadmin@calvaryabq.org .


Chris Adams - IT Administrator, Calvary of Albuquerque



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