OETC 2014, Ohio Educational Technology Conference, will be held from January 27 to 29, 2014 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio. This three-day conference provides over 5,000 attendees with the opportunity to network and learn best practices from their peers, and acquire resources to assist them with advancing learning through technology. The Conference boasts over 500 sessions and displays and more than 225 vendors that showcase their products and services.
The Environmental Trade Fair and Conference (ETFC), Texas’ premier environmental educational forum featuring topics such as the drought crisis, oil & gas, air quality, waste management, is scheduled for May 6 – 7, 2014, at the Austin Convention Center, Austin, Texas.
The 2014 TIG Conference, the only national event focused exclusively on the use of technology in the legal aid community, will be held January 15-17, 2014, at Crowne Plaza Jacksonville Riverfront Hotel, Jacksonville, FL. The conference provides a unique opportunity to learn about effective uses of technology in legal aid, network with a national community of colleagues and cultivate project ideas that could lead to successful TIG applications.
Who Should Attend: TIG recipients, IT staff, project managers, executive directors, legal services administrators, website coordinators, document assembly coordinators, attorneys, or anyone with an interest in how to use technology in the delivery of legal services.
Session Proposals: Session proposals should relate to how the use of technology can: provide tools to assist persons whom legal services providers are not able to represent to more adequately represent themselves; improve the efficiency and effectiveness of access, triage, intake, and internal legal services delivery operations; encourage and support pro bono; address Limited English Proficiency (LEP) and other special needs populations; deliver services remotely to hard to reach populations; or provide legal services staff and pro bono advocates with better litigation and case development support. Proposals could explore new technology trends or showcase innovative projects to encourage replication.
The 2014 STD Prevention Conference will take place from June 12, to June 2014, 2014, in Atlanta, Georgia. This event brings together more than 1,500 U.S. and international STD/HIV prevention program managers, researchers, public health authorities, clinicians and advocates to promote an interdisciplinary dialogue on best practices to enhance the quality of STD/HIV prevention and care.
The 9th National Monitoring Conference NMC 2014 will be held the week of April 28 – May 2, 2014 in Cincinnati, Ohio. This biennial conference is the forum gathering water-quality monitoring professionals. The conference is a showcase for new findings on the quality of the Nation’s waters. You’ll also learn about the newest innovations and cutting-edge tools in water-quality monitoring, assessment, and reporting; and have a great time doing it.
- Emerging Contaminants and Threats to Human Health and Aquatic Ecosystems
- Extreme Events – Impacts from both Natural and Human-made
- Water Protection and Restoration Activities
- Managing and Sharing Water Quality Monitoring Data
- The Holistic Value of Water – How Science, Public Opinion, Economic and Social Information are used for Better Water Management and Decision Making
- Energy Production: Assessing the influence on Water Quality, Aquatic Ecosystems, and Water Management
- Connecting Science to Action – Communicating Science and Data in Ways that Influence Behavior
- Technology, Assessment, Modeling, and Methods: Advancing Innovation in Monitoring
- Collaboration and Partnerships
- Environmental Change: Demonstrating the Value of Monitoring