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Teaching language and culture with today’s technology
This year will be the third researchers will gather to discuss and present methods for preserving the Lushootseed language during the Lushootseed Language Conference.
The conference, called “A New Canoe, Teaching Language and Culture with Today’s Technology,” will be held April 21at Seattle University, and will include workshops that explore innovative teaching approaches that incorporate the newest techniques and technology.
Everyone is invited to register. Advanced registration is $40 and will run through April 13; regular registration is $50. Discounts are available for students and elders; limited scholarships are also available.
For more information or to register, contact Tami Chock at (360) 676-2772 or email email@example.com.
This event is presented by Lushootseed Research, hosted by Seattle University's Office of the President and sponsored by Northwest Indian College Cooperative Extension, Seattle University, and the Muckleshoot Tribe.
Click here for the registration form.