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MECA 2014 - Equipping Mississippi

Today's Tools, Tomorrow's Talents

(February 3 - 5, 2014)

Kevin Honeycutt, Keynote Speaker

MECA is pleased to announce Kevin Honeycutt as Keynote Speaker for MECA 2014. Kevin Honeycutt is a technology integrationist and a staff developer from Central Kansas. He spent 13 years teaching K-12 art and now travels the country and the world sharing ideas with educators. His website is a valued treasure house of resources for educators.

What happens at MECA conferences?

MECA conferences provide participants a chance to network with peers, learn from each other’s experiences, see new vendor offerings, and, in general, receive outstanding professional development concerning instructional technology. Participants come from various backgrounds (K-12, Higher Ed, Business, etc.) and experience both hands-on sessions in labs and concurrent sessions in conference rooms. At the first MECA conference, there were four hands-on workshop labs provided by Apple, IBM PC, Radio Shack, and Commodore with 18 exhibitors and 500 participants. Last year we had over 24 hands-on sessions, over 70 exhibitors, and average over 1,000 participants.