Bridging the Old and New: Creative Ways of Supporting Education
- Conference Presentations on Supporting Instruction in the Modern University
- Tours of State-of-the-Art University Teaching/Learning Classrooms & Support Facilities
- Snake River Jet Boat Trip, Native American Petroglyphs, and Dinner Weather permitting
Monday, April 17, noon, through Wednesday, April 19, 1:30 p.m.
Location and Lodging:
Meeting sessions will take place at the University Inn Best Western in Moscow Idaho.
Harvey Hughett, email@example.com and UI Conferences and Events
The Best Western University Inn is the premier lodging property “on the Palouse” in Moscow, Idaho; adjacent to the University of Idaho and just 8 miles from Washington State University, in Pullman. Lewis and Clark State College is nearby (Lewiston, Idaho, 30 miles).
The University Inn offers deluxe accommodations, two on-site restaurants, lounge, four seasons recreation center, wireless Internet access, full meeting and banquet facilities, as well as shuttle service to and from the Pullman / Moscow Airport. The Inn is located adjacent to the Palouse Shopping Mall and Theater Complex, one of the largest shopping centers in the area.
While airline tickets are sometimes more expensive to the Pullman/Moscow Airport, the Lewiston Airport is often less expensive (30 miles away), and the Spokane, Washington Airport is usually the least expensive to fly into (90 miles away). Driving directions are available through http://www.mapquest.com/ Lewiston or Spokane shuttle service is not planned. The Northwest Managers of Educational Technology Conference is the premier meeting in the region for educational support professionals. Formal information exchange and informal networking with peers are high on the list of reasons to register for this conference.