Write Tech, Write Now! Conference Nov. 7

The Maine Writing Project, along with the Southern Maine Writing Project, is sponsoring the National Writing Projects of Maine’s 2014 fall conference, “Write Tech, Write Now!” on Friday, Nov. 7.

The conference will be held 8:30 a.m.–3 p.m. in the Richard Randall Student Center at the University of Maine in Augusta.

Participants will explore digital writing choices for the 21st century with more than 18 workshops. Troy Hicks, an associate professor of English at Central Michigan University and a nationally respected authority on digital writing and technology integration, will deliver the keynote, “Mixing Sources, Amplifying Voices: Crafting Writing in an Information Age.”

The Maine Writing Project is a site of theNational Writing Project and issupported by the University of Maine College of Education and Human Development. The group works to enhance the learning and writing of Maine students and teachers.

More information about the conference, including registration is online.