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Hamline University Closed

May 28, 2020

Due to increased police presence and activity in the Midway area on Thursday, Hamline University is closed until further notice. For more information, click here


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  • SLI-2020

    Summer Literacy Institute

    After lengthy discussion with the Summer Literacy Institute planning committee and university leadership, we have decided to cancel the 2020 institute at this time. Although this decision was a difficult one to make, we believe we are doing the right thing given the situation right now. 


    In lieu of the Institute this year, we are hosting a brief online literacy workshop in mid-July. This workshop will be free and available as a resource to literacy educators to help you navigate the challenges during this unprecedented time.  Please monitor the Hamline SLI webpage for details on the workshop, we will update the site once we have everything in place. 


    For those teachers who were hoping to earn credit for lane change by attending the SLI, we will be working to develop a one-credit digital literacy course that will roll out in mid-July. There are several other options for earning credits for lane change from Hamline which you can learn more about here (add link).


    We appreciate your support and patience as we worked through this process. We hope you can join us in July 2021. Please contact Tammie Hertz with any questions (THertz01@hamline.edu).


  • Sponsoring Organizations:

    For more information about the Twin Cities Area Reading Association and the Minnesota Reading Council, visit their webpage.

    https://mra.onefireplace.org/page-765148

     

    Follow MRA on Social Media:

    Facebook: Minnesota Reading Association

    Twitter: Follow @MNReadAssocl 

     

    Follow TCARC on Social Media:

    Facebook: Twin Cities Area Reading Council

    Twitter: Follow @TCReadCouncil 

     

     

    Highlights

    Since the first Summer Literacy Institute was held in 1991, the institute has featured more than 100 nationally renowned speakers who have led conversations on current topics and issues in literacy education. Want to know more? Here are highlights from the past 29 years

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