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Technology Liaisons Network Events

Technology Matters 2004: An Advanced Institute

July 6–11, 2004

Marshall University Writing Project
Huntington, West Virginia

The Marshall University Writing Project will host NWP's second annual Technology Matters: An Advanced Institute for Technology Liaisons, in Huntington, West Virginia, from July 6-11, 2004.
This invitational institute will gather experienced technology liaisons (TLs) to explore technology and writing using a variety of online tools and forums. The institute will make visible the leadership and knowledge of experienced TLs, strengthen the network of TLs, and support the integration of technology in learning environments. TLs will have ample opportunity to look at strategies for integrating technology at their local writing project sites.
The Technology Liaisons Initiative will cover the cost of food and lodging for the institute. Sites will be expected to cover the cost for the TL to travel to and from Huntington, West Virginia. Participants for the institute will be selected from a pool of applicants nominated by site directors.
Nomination Process
The nomination deadline has now passed. The institute planning committee will review all applications and notify applicants of their status by mid-May.
Technology Liaisons Initiative
Link here to learn more about the Technology Liaisons Initiative.

Downloadable Files

Technology Matters : An Advanced Institute for TLs
Download a flyer for the Technology Matters institute.
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For more information, contact Laydia Olusa at or 215-665-1400 x3339.
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