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Heaven help me if I've missed it, but what are the dates?
   Thanks, 
    Holly Susi 
    CCRI

> On Apr 23, 2014, at 5:34 PM, "David Caverly" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> 
> The end of this spring semester is coming.  What will you learn during the
> summer of 2014?   Extensive research has documented the benefits of
> professional development and its impact on our developmental students.
> 
> Dave Caverly, Lucy MacDonald, Scott McDaniel, and Chris Woods invite you to
> join us at the 16th annual TIDE (Technology Institute for Developmental
> Educators) here at Texas State University.
> 
> This week long institute provides an opportunity for you to network with
> developmental educators from all over the country and the world as you learn
> how to integrate technology into your work.  Participants choose 6
> mini-courses from this range designed for novices to experts, some that are
> offered synchronously online with the @ sign.  
> 
> • Teaching with Social Networking @
> • Technology and Developmental Math
> • Mobile Apps for Developmental Math
> • Instructional Software for Non-Course Based Options @
> • Teaching with Mobile Devices @
> • Blogs and Wikis for Integrated Reading and Writing @
> • Google Docs & Google+ @
> • Powerpoint and Prezi slide shows @
> • Tutoring Online
> • Best Practices for Online Learning Centers @
> • Best Practices for Online & Hybrid Classes
> • Creating Audio Podcasts
> • Creating Video Podcasts
> • Webquests & Mind Mapping
> • Assistive Technology
> • Advanced Microsoft Office 2011/2013/365
> 
> After a day of learning and networking, those who attend in San Marcos will
> experience Central Texas hospitality tubing the San Marcos river, exploring
> the San Antonio Riverwalk, as well as visiting the oldest dance hall in
> Texas and the largest outlet mall in the US.  Your spouse and family are
> also invited for a technology vacation in the Central Texas hill county
> where they can visit Austin, the state capital with the LBJ presidential
> library and the Texas History museum, or San Antonio with the Riverwalk and
> Sea World. 
> 
> We ask you to bring technology projects and your mobile technology for
> hands-on instruction and practice.  Throughout the week, you will have the
> opportunity to participate in a mentoring team of developmental educators
> and you’ll received support for a year following the institute.  You can
> also receive C.E.U. credit toward professional certification. 
> 
> Cost for TIDE is $800 for the week and includes conference registration, all
> meals and snacks during the day, transfers to and from Austin Bergstrom
> airport, materials, evening entertainment, gala river cruise in San Antonio,
> and one year post-conference support.  Individual mini-courses are available
> for $150 each for those that can attend only a morning or an afternoon (see
> the schedule under the Schedule tab on the website).  Seven of the
> mini-courses are offered online synchronously if you have access to a
> Polycom (or comparable) video conferencing system at your school.
> 
> Enrollment limited to 30, so don’t delay!  
> 
> Contact:    
> Dave Caverly  (512.245.3100)    
> [log in to unmask]
> 
> For more info and online registration:    
> http://tide.ci.txstate.edu/ 
> 
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