Presentations

In addition to the resources available via this website and blog, I am available for presentations.  These presentations can range from very general presentations to the very specific or from very introductory to advanced.

Additionally, I can conduct a traditional workshop style presentation or a more hands-on type session covering everything from PowerPoint to advanced Web 2.0 technologies. Each presentation can be tailored to fit your needs and the needs of your teachers and students.

Types of Presentations:

  • Teaching the Civil War with Technology
  • Tradigital History – Bringing History Alive!
  • Integrating Technology into the Social Studies
  • Using technology in the Classroom
  • Creating 21st Century Learners
  • Creating technology rich student presentations.
  • Creating Effective National History Day Projects

What attendees are saying:

Jim Beeghley’s Teaching The Civil War With Technology presentation is essential for Civil War scholars and enthusiasts. The wealth of online reference materials and primary sources grows everyday. Beeghley introduces and shows the ease of access to these resources. Presenting the materials in a user and audience friendly manner, Beeghley creates an enthusiasm among students and listeners. From a session with Beeghley the ‘take-aways’ are numerous.

As an educator who has presented Civil War related materials to kindergardeners through graduate students, I heartily recommend teachers spending several hours with  Jim Beeghley and his Teaching The Civil War With Technology presentation.  Afterwards, teachers will wish to stay in contact with Dr. Beeghley.

Rea Andrew Redd, Director of Eberly Library,
Professor, Waynesburg University, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania

Civil War Related Presentations

In addition, I am available to do presentations to your classroom or group on various topics related t0 the Civil War such as:

  • The common Union soldier
  • Civil War Civilians
  • Music of the Civil War
  • The Battle of Gettysburg

During these presentations, I (and occasionally my family) will dress is period attire and bring along various original and reproduction items for display and discussion during the presentation.

If you are interested in having me present, please use the contact form here on the site or email me.

Thanks,

Jim