14th ISAD Online Conference

The Fourteenth International Stuttering Awareness Day Online Conference - SHARING STORIES - CHANGING PERCEPTIONS opens October 1, 2011.

The International Stuttering Awareness Day (ISAD) online conference is hosted by Judith Kuster, emeritus professor, Minnesota State University, Mankato. The conference represents a world-wide endeavor by persons who stutter, their friends and families, students, and professionals (educators, researchers, and clinicians) interested in stuttering The conference is FREELY AVAILABLE and linked to the Stuttering Home Page website (http://www.stutteringhomepage.com) starting October 1.

The conference consists of a variety of papers written by professionals as well as people who stutter. Papers are written in a reader-friendly style with threaded discussions attached for interaction between the presenters and participants for three weeks. All papers remain available online after the conference concludes on October 22 and past online conferences are freely available on the Conference Archives (http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/isadarchive/onlineconference.html).

The upcoming and five most recent conferences are also available for Continuing Education CEUs (1.5/15 hours) or credit (either graduate or undergraduate) through Minnesota State State University, Mankato. Undergraduates can include the conference under banded tuition.

Instructions on how to register and requirements for CEU or credit are online (http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/isadarchive/requirements.html).

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