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Don't Miss this Audio Conference on TUESDAY, OCT 24th...
"histori.ca: the Richness of Canada's History"
with Tanya Zaritzky
Maximize your time on the Web with one-stop shopping courtesy of
histori.ca! Discover the richness of Canada's history through vignettes,
teaching strategies, educational games, not to mention authoritative
resources such as The Canadian Encyclopedia online. histori.ca is also
the gateway to school programs such as the Historica Fairs for grades 4
through 9 and YouthLinks for high school students. Get the guided tour
of all that histori.ca has to offer and learn why millions of users have
come to call it home!
This session will be conducted in English, and feature the English Web
site; however, the Web site and all of the content is also available in
Tuesday, Oct. 24th, 2006
4:00 PM ET 1:00 PM PT
1 hour - Audio Conference
REGISTER AT www.THEPARTNERSHIP.CA and scroll down to the 'Education
Tanya will guide you through all the great features so that you can
maximize your time at histori.ca.
Who Should Participate?
* public librarians
* museum and archives staff
* heritage organizations
Key Topics You Will Explore
* Historica Fairs Web site
* Professional Development Web site for teachers
* YouthLinks Web site
* The Canadian Encyclopedia online
* Historica Minutes and accompanying resources
* Historica Radio Minutes
* Historica Footprints
* Historica Screen Legends
Member: $54.00 + GST
Non-Member: $74.00 + GST
REGISTER AT www.thepartnership.ca. Scroll to Education Institute and
click on this course!
About the presenter.....
Tanya Zaritzky has been Manager of Communications at Historica
Foundation for the past three years. Based on user feedback, Tanya
worked with her Web partners at 7th Floor Media to overhaul the
histori.ca Web site in 2005. The new histori.ca provides a more
streamlined gateway to the educational programs and authoritative
resources that people count on. As you can see from this bio, Tanya
spends far too much time thinking about the new Web site and is
passionate about Historica's work - who better to tell you about
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