Wayne RESA/REMC-20 ITL & LML PD Day

Please join us for this FREE PD day to learn and network.

REMC 20 Instructional Technology Leaders & REMC Advisory Council PD Day (NEW DATE)

Tuesday, May 24th, 8:30am-2:45pm

33500 Van Born Road

Wayne, MI

Click here to register (workshop # 5472). This is a make up date for the Feb. 25th canceled session (due to snow).
Breakout sessions include: Copyright in the Digital Age, Best of Moodle, Formative Assessment Strategies and Tools, Online Assessment Update, Google Docs and Mel.org Integration, Destiny, Google Chrome Extensions, Michigan's Program Evaluation tool.

Target audience: Instructional technology leaders, media specialists, technology directors, curriculum directors, K-12 educators interested in learning more about instructional technology tools/resources that can enhance their current instructional practices.

Click the link below to view the agenda.
May 24, 2016 AGENDA

This event is being funded by the REMC Association of Michigan. Check out www.remc.org for other statewide programs and events.

Guest Presenter: Melissa Levine - Copyright Expert, University of Michigan

Melissa Levine provides guidance on all aspects of copyright policy and practice, helping the University of Michigan community understand copyright. She has extensive experience with copyright matters. At the Smithsonian Institution, Melissa handled licensing and contract negotiations for publishing, product development, electronic rights, audiovisual media, exhibitions, and festivals (1990-96). At the Library of Congress, Melissa was Assistant General Counsel and Legal Advisor to the National Digital Library Project, serving as counsel to a $60 million program focused on digital preservation and Internet access to American history primary materials in print, text, image, music, sound recordings, and film media (1996-2001). She developed copyright and other rights and permissions policies for worldwide dissemination of collections online, advised senior management on intellectual property and interrelated business and strategic issues, worked with the U.S. Copyright Office and other organizations and government agencies on copyright issues, and represented The Library of Congress in inter-agency meetings and initiatives related to copyright and digital libraries.

Melissa received her undergraduate degree in history and art history from Emory University and her Juris Doctorate from the University of Miami School of Law. She was selected for the 2011 Frye Leadership Institute.

Source: http://www.lib.umich.edu/users/mslevine