December 20 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. James Otis Thach Author Visit
The Virtual Learning Center of Cooperating School Districts is pleased to announce the return of author James Otis Thach to CSD for videoconferences- and a live stream of the event (courtesy of MOREnet)- on December 20th at 9 and 10:30 a.m.! James is a Missouri native and the author of A Child’s Guide to Common Household Monsters, The Tickle Monster is Coming and his latest, The Seal Pup. This will be the fourth time James has videoconferenced live from CSD in St. Louis; he will read from his book, The Seal Pup. The story follows the quest of a lone seal, trying to reunite with his herd. James will also talk about the true story than inspired the book, and about the long journey of making a book. James will also share related videos, and invite the kids to use their research and library skills to find the documentary the book is based upon. This event's target audience is elementary students.
You can read about past events here: http://csdtechpd.wordpress.com/?s=james+otis+thach&searchbutton=go!
Federal Research Priorities and Budget for FY12
Monday-Wednesday, October 31- November 2, 2011
For many in higher education, budget constraints have decreased or eliminated funding for attendance at national conferences. In response, the University of Missouri and the National Association of College and University Business Officers have arranged with several key federal agencies to broadcast their annual updates on research priorities and budgets via the internet.
For more information about this event please go to Research at MU.
2011 MOREnet Instructional Technology Conference
October 9, 2011
October 10, 2011
October 11, 2011
Legal Practice Before the Missouri Service Commission 101: The Law & Business of Providing Essential Services
The link to the event will be provided upon registration.
This seminar will offer a basic overview of legal issues and practice before the Missouri Public Service Commission. Advocates from different stakeholders will offer their perspective on the fundamental legal and business issues of utility regulation in the state of Missouri.
Joplin Memorial Service May 29
The governor's office announced a community memorial service held in Joplin at 2 p.m. Sunday. The service took place at the Taylor Performing Arts Center on the campus of Missouri Southern State University. Clergy from the Joplin area led the service. Gov. Jay Nixon delivered a message at the service, and President Barack Obama offered brief remarks.
Lee Hammon Illustrator and Author May 14
Lee Hammond goes through three hours of sharing her life and love of art through the years. In this video you will be introduced to Lee as well as hear her testimony of how she came to be the author of over 30 "How to" books in art. She currently tutors six classes of art lessons at her home in Florida during the winter time. She is currently working on a new animal drawing book where some of the artwrok is on view at her Facebook page. This webinar took place at Truman High School in Independence, Missouri with District 3 Missouri Art Education Association as the sponsor along wtih Truman High School.
WORKSHOP: Global HIV/AIDS April 19
Exciting developments in microbicides and adherence
Tuesday 19th 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Monsanto Auditorium, Bond Life Sciences Center
African Art/Folklore Videoconference April 12
In the program “Mantis Creates an Eland, Creates the Moon,” Dr. Lewis will provide a rare and rich opportunity to glimpse into the wisdom of certain African cultures from South Africa, Namibia, and Botswana. The creation story of Mantis and the Eland exemplifies the type of cultural wisdom she finds among the African tribesmen whose culture she is helping to preserve for the world's children. She supplements her talk with a brief film clip of Vetkat Kruiper – who tells his story as we watch him paint it. She shows ritual objects made of bone or stone and describes the stories recorded on them and how these are used in the cultures which produced them. Founder of Global Voice Foundation, Dr. Lewis has made a life work of filming and recording important tribal figures as they re-enact the rituals and rites of their various beliefs.
Sites wishing to attend this fascinating program have the option of View-Only Videoconference or to view a live Web Stream via the Internet. There will be no Interactive Videoconferencing remote sites. MOREnet will be used for bridging the videoconferencing sites as well as for the web stream of the event. A lead-up curriculum for art teachers will be provided for those who participate, as well as an opportunity for students to e-mail questions for Dr. Lewis during the presentation.
Dr. Lewis spends her life promoting cross-cultural understanding by sharing rich cultural wisdom, traditions and ancient stories of endangered indigenous communities through film, television, lectures, and books. She is founder of Global Voice Foundation, whose purpose is to help unite the world’s diverse communities with greater respect and inclusion. Dr. Lewis holds a BA from the University of Kansas, an AA from the Parson’s School of Design and a PhD in Mythology from Pacific University. She travels throughout the world, and is currently working in Africa, South America and New Guinea.
UMCA bioenergy symposium streamed live Jan. 12
COLUMBIA, Mo. - The Center for Agroforestry at the University of Missouri will offer a live video stream of its upcoming symposium, "Meeting Renewable Energy Goals: Role of Bioenergy Crops," Wednesday, Jan. 12.
The symposium begins at 9:30 a.m. and will run until 5:10 p.m., with a lunch break from 12:10-1:30 p.m.
MOREnet to Stream Opening Session of the Missouri House of Representatives
January 5, 2011 12 p.m.-2 p.m.
MOREnet to Stream Federal Research Priorities and Budget for FY11
March 8-9, 2010
The University of Missouri System is pleased to announce the first-of-its-kind Missouri Regional Life Sciences Summit. Led by the University of Missouri-Columbia and hosted by the University of Missouri-Kansas City, the theme of the summit is Animal to Human Health Collaborations: Partnerships for Innovation.
Sessions denoted with the icon on the general schedule will be available for viewing via live Webcast. This stream is free and available to the public. No registration is required to view the stream, but network connectivity may limit the number of participants and the stream will be available on a first-come, first served basis. The Webcast requires Windows Media Player 9 or above.
Use the backup stream below if the main stream above does not respond.
MOREnet to Stream Club Innovation for Missouri Business (CLIMB)
Attend the first meeting of Club Innovation for Missouri Business (CLIMB) on Tuesday, Feb. 9 at 6 p.m., in Stotler Lounge in Memorial Union.
Join Rob Duncan, Vice Chancellor for Research, as he discusses specific ideas that may lead to successful ventures. Enthusiastic students, faculty and community members are invited to jump in, create a business plan and convince investors of the market. The free market will ensure that the very best approach to commercialization wins. Genuine student entrepreneurs, ensure your future success.
Stop worrying about getting a job after graduation, and start thinking about who you¹ll be hiring instead!
MOREnet to Stream State of the State Address
MOREnet will stream Gov. Jay Nixon's State of the State Address on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010. This annual address to a joint session of the Missouri General Assembly will take place in the chamber of the House of Representatives in the State Capitol in Jefferson City.
For questions or comments regarding this event, please contact MOREnet Video Services at firstname.lastname@example.org (573) 884-6986.
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