Aboriginal achievement awards

I just received the following announcement from Monica Goulet.

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Saskatoon is fortunate to be selected as the host city for the National
Aboriginal Achievement Awards on March 31st, 2005. There are many
Aboriginal people in our province and nationally that are worthy
recipients. The deadline for nominations is midnight, Friday, Sept.
10th. It would be great to have some of our Saskatchewan folks
nominated. Guidelines are provided on the website. Mark your calendars
now & plan to attend this prestigious event!

http://www.naaf.ca/naaa.html

Monica Goulet
Cultural Diversity & Race Relations Coordinator
City of Saskatoon
222 3rd Ave.N.
Saskatoon, Sk.
S7K OJ5
306-975-7826

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AMTEC call for papers

The AMTEC conference theme is learning communities. The U of S faculty and students should have a lot to contribute. Here’s their call for papers.

The 32nd AMTEC Conference
Calgary, Alberta
May 24 to 27, 2005

THE THEME OF THE CONFERENCE IS
Powering Up New Learning Communities

Submission deadline – Tuesday, November 30, 2004

http://www.ucalgary.ca/~amtec/papers.html

Social aspects of communication technologies

Sharon Porterfield sent along this call for participation in a workshop on the social aspects of communication technologies that appeared in Cybresociology, an interesting listserv on Yahoo.

Workshop on the Social Aspects of Communication Technologies – Northumbria University, 8th November 2004

Contributions in the form of 4 page position papers are invited for a one-day workshop at Northumbria University

See www.northumbria.ac.uk/sact for more information
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