Tomorrow we will be presenting on how to start a Latin program and also what kinds of technology tools you can use to build up your program.
Latin is in desperate need of reformation and the incorporation of technology will help invigorate your program no matter how far along it is. Zee Ann Poerio (@magistrazee) will be focusing on the technologies she uses in her classes to help get her students engaged. John Ricard (@johnricard) will articulate a framework to consider when starting your Latin program based on his own experiences.
The talk will be at 8:30 am in the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Room 301. Get there early and get a good seat and also be eligible for door prizes. If you want to download a copy of our presentation for your own reference, feel free to do so by clicking on the following link: NCEA Presentation Fluency in Geek Ricard Poerio 2014
We are also going to be putting together a list of resources, using Google Docs, which you can access here: http://goo.gl/iMtr3r
Finally, for help, support, and to just keep the conversation going – feel free to join the Amicitia social network and post your questions there in the Colloquia group forum. Look for the NCEA Fluency in Geek discussion thread and post your ideas there and we will field them even after our presentation today.
We will be posting our presentation as well as some other materials to help you get things rolling with a Latin program of your very own! Join us over at the Amicitia on Romae.org after the presentation. In the meantime, fill out the survey and let us know what your biggest viagra challenges are.