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Continuing Education and Special Programs

4th Annual Distance Education Conference: Leveraging educational resources — affordability, accessibility, choice

Continuing and Distance Education will host the 4th Annual Distance Education Conference, highlighting a variety of free and low-cost educational materials available to enhance teaching and learning, including open educational resources (OER). New this year will be a digital showcase of exemplary online courses as well as breakout sessions led by UNI faculty and staff. Keynote speaker is Leslie Kennedy, Ed.D., Director, Affordable Learning Solutions, Academic Technology Services, The California State University.

Beethoven's Piano Music - Lifelong University

3:30 pm - 5 pm, Room 111, Russell Hall This non-credit course will focus on the piano music of Ludwig van Beethoven. Some of the topics will include: why his music stands out even almost 200 years after his death; how his piano works serve as his biography; why so many pianists record and perform Beethoven over and over again and what makes people still crave and listen to these performances and recordings. Taught by Dmitri Vorobiev, assistant professor of music. For more information visit www.uni.edu/llu. Contact: Stacey Christensen; email: stacey.christensen@uni.edu; phone: 319-273-6728. Tickets/Registration: $40

Beethoven's Piano Music - Lifelong University

3:30 pm - 5 pm, Room 111, Russell Hall This non-credit course will focus on the piano music of Ludwig van Beethoven. Some of the topics will include: why his music stands out even almost 200 years after his death; how his piano works serve as his biography; why so many pianists record and perform Beethoven over and over again and what makes people still crave and listen to these performances and recordings. Taught by Dmitri Vorobiev, assistant professor of music. For more information visit www.uni.edu/llu. Contact: Stacey Christensen; email: stacey.christensen@uni.edu; phone: 319-273-6728. Tickets/Registration: $40

The Film Version of "The Laramie Project:" Why, Who, What and How - Lifelong University

10 am - Noon, Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center Conference Room This non-credit course features an analysis and discussion of the 2002 film, "The Laramie Project."Taught by Scott Cawelti, emeritus professor of English and literature. For more information visit www.uni.edu/llu. Contact: Stacey Christensen; email: stacey.christensen@uni.edu; phone: 319-273-6728. Tickets/Registration: $20

The Film Version of "The Laramie Project:" Why, Who, What and How - Lifelong University

10 am - Noon, Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center Conference Room This non-credit features an analysis and discussion of the 2002 film, "The Laramie Project." Taught by Scott Cawelti, emeritus professor of English and literature. For more information visit www.uni.edu/llu. Contact: Stacey Christensen; email: stacey.christensen@uni.edu; phone: 319-273-6728. Tickets/Registration: $20

Forensic Science: Psychological Perspectives - Lifelong University

Noon - 3 pm, Room 30, Business and Community Services Building This non-credit course will cover various types of forensic science including fingerprints, eyewitness memory (identification and composite images), blood spatter, bite marks, forensic photography and forensic entomology. Course participants will learn the basics in each of these disciplines and how psychological science contributes to our understanding and practical use of these techniques. Taught by Kim MacLin, associate professor of psychology. For more information visit www.uni.edu/llu. Contact: Stacey Christensen; email: stacey.christensen@uni.edu; phone: 319-273-6728. Tickets/Registration: $20

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