Speaker series to create and educate community

The College of Education will be hosting the Speaker Series presentation titled Innovation Instructions: Digital Media Materials that Create and Educate on Tuesday.

The event will take place in DeGarmo Room 308. It will run from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.

The Speaker Series is a platform which seeks to bring innovative and enlightening speakers to the campus. The aim is to provide the community with dialogue, cultivate enriching ideas and continue an appreciation of learning as an active and lifelong process.

The Tuesday session is an extension of the College of Education’s series dedicated to teaching educational technology. Starting on Feb. 11 through April 15, in Studio TEaCH or DeGarmo Room 308 they offer hands-on learning with technology experts.

Innovation Instructions on Tuesday will present speakers Paula Murphy and Nancy Illing. Murphy serves as a teacher, librarian and educational consultant at Huntington Learning Center.

According to Murphy’s “Teaching, Training and Consulting Employees”  her career objective is to utilize her experience in digital and audiovisual technology, special collection library services and communications, so she can teach, train, write, consult and continue performing education activities.

Illing is a consultant for Creative Genius. Creative Genius Publications is based out of Woodridge, and deals with people wishing for help with educational publications.

All faculty, staff, alumni and education majors are asked to attend the guest speakers series on educational technology. This session will offer lunch to the attendees present.

The event is free and open to the public. For additional information about the event or the College of Education’s upcoming sessions a person can go to

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