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30th Annual Media & Methods in Art Education
Eastern Illinois University art educators invite you to the 30th Annual Media and Methods in Art Conference on Saturday, March 1, 2014. The 30th Annual Media and Methods Conference will feature seven hands-on workshops exploring a variety of art media, art techniques, grade levels, and audiences.
March 1, 2014
The Illinois State Historical Society was founded in 1899 to support the Illinois State Historical Library and to encourage research and writing on subjects of Illinois history. Though independent of the State of Illinois and the Historical Library since 1997, the Illinois State Historical Society continues to actively promote the study of Illinois history. The Society encourages everyone from University scholars to local historians to take an active part in Illinois history. The Society is a not-for-profit organization which depends solely on membership dues, gifts, bequests, and foundation grants to support, preserve, and disseminate the story of Illinois and its people.
March 27-28, 2014
As an educator, you are asked to improve your teaching methods by attending professional development events. Our 57th Annual Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics has been designed to present you with new ideas and methods for teaching that you can immediately implement in your classroom.
April 8, 2014
Register to join us as we discuss the ways museums, archives, libraries, and other cultural institutions can combine new technologies with traditional methods to reach an increasingly "digitized" audience.
April 12, 2014
This year's theme is Engagement. Presenters and participants will be addressing the challenges of engaging learners, communities, volunteers and instructors as the concepts of leisure time and retirement continue to evolve. Small group settings and dynamic discussions will enhance the conference theme for your lifelong learning group. Susan Hurt, MA in Gerontology, will present the Keynote address and is the founder of Boomer Wellness.
April 16 – 18, 2014
The conference will include workshops, demonstrations, panel discussions, keynote speakers, and exhibitions. In addition to activities on the campus of Wayne State University, area galleries, museums, letterpresses, colleges and universities, and other cultural venues, in and around Detroit, will host conference events.
September 24-27, 2014