“Successfully promoting and marketing your language program: a webinar”
Presenter: Sarah Elaine Eaton, Ph.D.
June 15, 2010
08:45 – 09:30 (with optional Q & A after)
Login-time: 08:45 Mountain Time (Calgary, Canada) (Adjust accordingly for your time zone.)
Start time: 09:00
End time: 09:30
Questions and Answers: 09:30 – 10:00
This webinar will go over
- Marketing basics
- Strategies and tips on how to market your language program on a shoestring budget.
- Social media and networking for marketing
Who is this webinar for? Program directors and managers, department heads of language units, teachers, tutors, and other language professionals. If you already have the means to work with a professional marketing company, this session isn’t for you. This program will be most useful for those who have a limited budget and those who do their own program promotion.
How do you join the webinar?
1) Mark the date and time of the event in your calendar
2) at 08:45 Mountain Time (adjust for your time zone!) on June 15, click on this URL:
3) Have a pen and some paper handy to take notes.
With thanks to the folks at Elluminate (www.elluminate.com) who are generously providing the webinar platform at no charge for this event.
This is a free professional development seminar. Everyone is welcome to attend, so pass this along and invite a colleague.
Remember to convert the time of this webinar to your own time zone. You can do this at http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html. In the top of the box where it asks you to “Select time and place to convert from” choose “Canada – Alberta – Canada”. In the box under that, select your country and closest city.
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Sarah Elaine Eaton is a faculty member in the Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, Canada.