The All About Language Workshop Series is hosted by the Child Language and Literacy Lab and supported through workshop registration fees. We strive to keep these workshop fees as low as possible. Workshop participants include speech-language pathologists and other educators (e.g., special education teachers, reading specialists, classroom teachers) as well as college and graduate students. We advertise these workshops via an email list. If you would like to be added to the email list, send you email to ChildLanguageAndLiteracyLab@gmail.com with "add to email list" in the subject line.
The Martha Lynch Lecture Series is hosted by the Hearing and Speech Sciences Department in the Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center. These complementary workshops are currently provided as virtually, on-demand presentations. https://www.vumc.org/hearing-speech-continuing-ed/martha-lynch-lecture-series
The School Speech-Language Pathology Conference at Vanderbilt is hosted by the Child Language and Literacy Lab and supported through conference registration fees. This annual conference is scheduled for the beginning of the school year and is primarily geared to the professional development needs of school speech-language pathologists. However, we welcome attendance by speech-language pathologists, regardless of work setting.
The 9th Annual School SLP Conference at Vanderbilt will be held VIRTUALLY on August 4 and 5, 2021. Attendees can participate in sessions synchronously or asynchronously, with all sessions available through August 12 in order to earn CE credit for viewing. The conference schedule will be publishing in early May when registration is opened. The conference is advertised via an email list. If you would like to be added to the email list, send you email to ChildLanguageAndLiteracyLab@gmail.com with "add to email list" in the subject line. We hope that 2022 will allow us to return to a face-to-face conference but anticipate at least some sessions will be offered via streaming for those who do not wish to travel to Nashville.