DECEMBER 5th, 2013 in London Ontario
Plan on Attending the 2013 RCAC Symposium hosted at the Lamplighter Hotel and Convention Centre.
Keynotes: Gary Stager and Travis Allen
More details can be found at http://westernrcac.wordpress.com/
- Waterloo Region District School BoardCommunications Technology, 2010 - present
- WRDSBCommunications Technology Teacher, 1997 - present
- Ryerson UniversityMedia Production Masters, 2009 - 2010
- Ryerson UniversityRadio and Television B.A.A., 1990 - 1993
- Brock UniversityBachelor of Ed., 1995 - 1996
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