The Nancy McKinley Lecture Series
2014 Virtual Conference
Innovations for Ages 3-6
Noon – 1 p.m. Eastern
11 a.m. – Noon CentralCan’t make it? Each lecture will be available in the SpeechPathology.com virtual library the following day.
Register to earn academic credit through UW-Eau Claire.
View all available courses in the series.
Who Should Register
Speech-Language Pathologists, Allied Health Professionals, Educators and others interested in communication disorders.
Earn credit for coursework based on SpeechPathology.com online programs. All you'll need is a computer, high-speed internet (hard-wired preferred) and a Professional or Student Subscription. Membership gives you access to live and archived course materials at the low annual membership rate of $99 per calendar year ($49 per year for students).
- Each course is offered for 1 semester credit.
- Undergraduate Tuition: $375 per 1-credit course.
- Graduate Tuition: $575 per 1-credit course.
2014 Dates: February 10 - May 11 | June 9 - August 1
About the Course Instructor
How to Register
- Subscribe to SpeechPathology.com. You'll have online access to all required course materials for a low annual fee.
- Apply and register for credit through University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
Tuition for University Credit
Undergraduate: $375 per credit
Graduate: $575 per credit
Tuition paid to University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire is in addition to the subscription fee to SpeechPathology.com. You can earn ASHA CEUs without university credit directly through SpeechPathology.com.
Cancellation of credit courses follows the UW-Eau Claire policy.
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If you need an accommodation for a disability to fully participate in this program, or need this document in an alternative format, please contact Continuing Education at 715-836-3636 / toll-free 866-893-2423, or use the Wisconsin Relay System (711) as soon as possible.
This annual lecture series is named in honor of the late Nancy Lee McKinley, an internationally recognized expert on adolescent language disorders who was president and CEO of Thinking Publications in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, until her death in 2005.