2010 Myaamiaki Conference

2010 Myaamiaki Conference



March 20th, 2010


Technology: Evolving Tools that Connect our Lives

 The Shriver Center Multi-Purpose Room at Miami University, Oxford Ohio

The 2010 Myaamiaki Conference is the fourth conference hosted at Miami University discussing research conducted by the Miami Tribe community. There will be seven presentations on a variety of projects. The agenda is listed below, or download the conference poster here in PDF format.

The Shriver Center is located at the corner of Spring St. and Patterson Ave. in Oxford, Ohio. Arrangements for parking are being made now, and will be publicized as soon as possible. If you have never visited Miami University’s campus before, you can download a campus map here. If the map appears too small initially, you can zoom in using the magnifying class tool in your PDF viewer.

Questions? Please contact the Myaamia Project offices at 513-529-5648.

March 20th 2010 Saturday: Shriver Center Multi-Purpose Room

 9:15 Introduction/Welcome. Daryl Baldwin, Director, Myaamia Project.

 9:25 Computer Science (CSA) projects an introduction. Dr. Douglas Troy, Chair & Professor Dept. Computer Science and Systems Analysis.

 9:30 Smart Pen Technology. Mr. Victor Obonyo, graduate student CSA. Smart Pen Home Learning Kit. CSA capstone. James Kelly, Kyle Swaffar, Ben Warman.

 10:15 Myaamia Akincikonki: learning to count in Myaamia. Software engineering class project. Nick Hample, Tom Campbell.

 10:40 myaamiaki iii meehtohseeniwiaanki: How the Myaamia People Live a Myaamia exhibit media project. Megan Dorey, Archivist, Myaamia Heritage Museum & Archive; Andrew J. Strack, Media Specialist, Myaamia Project.

 11:00 Myaamia Exhibit Online. CSA Capstone. Chris Edester, Chris Mazzocco, Phil Osment, Brent Mowery.

 11:20 aiikiwi neehi kiiiwki: Earth & Sky curriculum. Dr. Timothy McCoy, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

All presentations are recorded, and will be available for download after the conference. See presentations from the 2008 Myaamiaki Conference here!

Posted March 3, 2010
Topics: Archaeology

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