Sunday, August 27, 2017

TMC5 Registration in now open!

Registration for TMC5 is now open!

Canadian School Libraries is very pleased to be hosting TMC5 in partnership with the Manitoba School Library Association's SAGE Conference. This is a great opportunity for TMC participants to attend both events! When you register for both, you will receive complimentary admission to our special tour of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights.
Treasure Mountain Canada 5
CanadInns Destination Centre, Fort Garry, 1824 Pembina Hwy
Friday October 20, 7:00-9:00 pm & Saturday October 21, 8:30-3:00 pm.
* The Kick-off Dinner, continental breakfast and lunch are all included in the registration fee.
Full TMC5 Conference: $150.00
MSLA SAGE Conference
Fort Richmond Collegiate, 99 Killarney Ave., Winnipeg
Friday October 20, 8:30 - 3:15
MSLA Member Rate: Early Bird: $85.00 / After Sept. 30 - $95.00
Non-Member Rate: Early Bird: $95.00 / After Sept. 30 - $105.00
Options available for half day attendance.  Lunch is provided for those who register before October 15.

Canadian Museum for Human Rights Tour: $20.00.
FREE if you register for both SAGE and TMC5.

Click here to register

Registration is provided by the Manitoba Teachers' Society (MTS). You do not need to be an MTS member to use the system.

For more detailed instructions on how to use the MTS system to register, see: 

Making Travel Plans for TMC5

Canad InnsAll TMC5 sessions and meals will be held at:

Canad Inns Destination Centre Fort Garry
1824 Pembina Hwy, Winnipeg, Manitoba  R3T 2G2

Canadian School Libraries has booked a block of rooms at Canad Inns at a special conference rate.
  • Standard room: $114.00/night
  • Applicable date(s): October 19 – 22
  • Group block confirmation number (please quote this number when you reserve): 261346
  • Book before September 21, 2017. (After this date, contact CSL for booking assistance)

Treasure Mountain Canada is a participatory learning experience designed to bring researchers and practitioners together to discuss and debate current Canadian research and scholarly writing which has an impact on the role of school libraries vis-à-vis educational strategy and transformation. Participants at this year's symposium will study issues related to Culturally Relevant and Responsive School Library Learning Commons through papers exploring:
  • Learning Environment
  • Instructional Approaches
  • Learning Partnerships
  • Leveraging Technology
Connect to our Culturally Responsive SLLC webpage for resource links to get you thinking about the theme.  

Visit the TMC Website for complete information about this symposium and past events.

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We look forward to seeing you in Winnipeg!

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