2024 Symposiums: Charting New Territories

Explore How New Science & Technology Can Support Adult Literacy

Artificial Intelligence

Edward Collins, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Special Education, University of Central Oklahoma

Are you curious but maybe a little intimidated by the idea of AI? Have you experimented with AI to see how it might benefit the adult learners you work with? Join us for an exploration and demonstration of various AI platforms and tools. This session will include time for you to practice what you learned! Bring a laptop, tablet or smartphone.

Trauma & Adult Literacy

Mandy Durham, Ruth G. Hardman Adult Literacy Program Manager, Tulsa City-County Library

What does it mean to be “trauma-informed”? The field of trauma studies and trauma-informed practices is growing rapidly. Learn about the latest science and explore potential applications in literacy.

March 1
Ada Public Library
124 Rennie Ave, Ada
Guest Speaker Jolene Poore

April 3
Creek County Literacy Program
15 N Poplar, Sapulpa
Guest Speaker: Nehemiah McCreary

May 3
Lawton Public Library
110 SW 4th St, Lawton
Guest Speaker: Sonja Toby

Schedule (Same for all three Symposiums)

9:30-10:00 AM               Registration/Check In

10:00-10:30 AM             Guest Speaker (See date above for Speaker)

10:30 AM-12:00 PM       Artificial Intelligence with Edward Collins

12:00-12:30 PM             Lunch

12:30-2:00 PM               Trauma & Adult Literacy with Mandy Durham

$15 or Free for individual members

This registration form is for individuals. If you are registering multiple people, please email Laura@okliteracy.org for a group form.

Individual Registration