07-02-2015, 11:20 AM #1
Webinar - The Clock - Changing the Industrialized World
WEBINAR—ON THE CLOCK: CHANGING THE INDUSTRIALIZED WORLD
COLUMBIA, PA: The NAWCC will present “On the Clock: Changing the Industrialized World” with Museum Curator Kim Jovinelli Sunday, July 12, at 7 p.m. EDT.
This overview of the National Watch and Clock Museum's latest special exhibit will focus on time recorders as accents to the labor movement in America. An exhibit walkthrough will look at how the workday has changed over the years, the advancements that had to happen to bring us to where we are today, and what the future could look like as technology progresses.
The NAWCC webinars cover a wide variety of horological topics, ranging from ephemera and time zones to a variety of watch and clock programs, with speakers from across the country. Individuals or Chapters may view the recorded presentations at any time; the NAWCC Library also has DVDs available for borrowing if access to the Internet for streaming a presentation is not available.
There is no charge for the webinar; if you are interested, go to the following link to register: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/reg...29470707913217. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Please be sure to view system requirements before logging on to make sure you will be able to access the program. This information will be found in the registration link and registration confirmation. If you cannot attend this webinar live and would like to view a recording of it, please register for the webinar and you will be automatically notified when a recording is available.
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