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Head of School Symposium 2013-14

This is a guide to recommended reading and information related to the LFA Head of School Symposium 2013-14: Tomorrow's World (The Power of Science and Technology).  You can navigate the tabs to find links to eBooks, documents, iPad apps, and web links all related to the HOS Symposium topic.  New materials will be added on an ongoing basis.

 

One Book, One School

This year, LFA is having an ALL SCHOOL READ, The Future, By Al Gore. You can pick up a hard copy in the library by Mrs. MacAyeal's office or renting an e-book version on your ipad from the Overdrive App. Plan to meet second semester to for book disucssions. 

http://www.algore.com

Al Gore NPR Podcast

New York Times Review

 

Tomorrow's World: The Power of Science and Technology

 

Committee Members

Emily Asher (English)

Dave Aykroid (Director of Information Technology)

Kathy Barton (Science)

Grier Carson (Director of Academic Tecnology, co-chair)

Kerry Cedergren (Chair of Science Department, co-chair)

Jon Freeman (English)

Ashley Kolovitz (Academic Technology)

Rita MacAyeal (Academic Technology)

Mike Rogan (Science)

Adam Schlimpann (Fine Arts)

Phil Schwartz (Dean of Faculty and Curriculum, ex-off)

Ed Shaughnessy (Science)

Nick Smith (Fine Arts)

Ruth Smith (Science)

Jeremiah Stevens (Director of Alumni Relations)

John Strudwick  (Head of School, ex-off)

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