The Fall 2010 MichMATYC Conference will be at Muskegon Community College on October 15-16, 2010. If you live in the Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, or Wisconsin area, this may be a conference you can drive to. The conference is very affordable, at $35 for registration and $65 per night for hotel.
Our theme this year is “Update Your M.I.O.S. (Math Instructor Operating System).” You can find more information about the conference on the website.
There are several FREE Technology Workshops on Friday:
- Camtasia Basics
- Wolfram Alpha Workshop
- Camtasia Advanced Editing (captioning, quizzing, etc.)
- Using the Internet to Spice Up Your Math Class
The Call for Proposals is available here (due April 26, 2010).
Also of note, we can provide wireless Internet for all participants, and a wide variety of technology for presenters (well, except for overhead projectors – you’ll have to use a document camera instead). Please consider coming up to Michigan to join us in October!
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