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Gene Klotz

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Forum readers at math meetings?
Posted: Feb 25, 1994 4:50 PM
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There are a lot of regional and local math meetings that have talks,
demonstrations, and workshops of interest to our readership. When you go
to a meeting, we'd like to know what went on, and who did it - we might
contact them about posting interesting materials on the Forum, other
readers might want to ask speakers and presenters to come to their
conferences, etc.

If you're going to a meeting (or would like to go) and willing to serve as
Roving Reporter, please let us know. In return we will offer whatever
support we can to make it easy for you to help all of us in this way.

Some of the Forum staff will be going to the national NCTM and giving
demos
at a booth which we're sharing with the Key Curriculum Press. The demos
will be based on Mosaic, so they will be colorful and interactive. Come
by and say hello!
(On the other hand, we won't have time to do much reporting, so
volunteers are needed in Indianopolis, too).

Gene Klotz
Geometry Forum project director





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