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Are you interested in learning how to use e-learning and webinar technology for literacy?
Join me for this special webinar that I’ll be hosting. I’ve gathered together some professional pioneers who are leading the way when it comes to using e-learning technology in the literacy field. Each “pioneer” is at a different stage along the continuum:
- One pioneer has led a province-wide initiative to launch a literacy webinars for professional development.
- Another expert has mobilized people in her organization to agree to the idea of launching webinars and has begun developing a program, but has not yet had her first webinar.
- A third pioneer is intensely curious and likes the idea of doing webinars for literacy and is grappling with some questions from within her organization.
I’ve convinced them all to join me for an open dialogue on how to incorporate e-learning and webinar technology into the literacy field. I’m hoping that the intended outcome will be that participants will realize that it may be easier than you think. By working together and learning from each other, we can advance the use of technology in the literacy field.
Join the conversation:
How to Use Webinars for Literacy: PD, Programming and Promotion
Friday, October 28, 2011
09:00 Mountain Time / 11:00 Eastern (Convert that to your local time zone.)
Allison Mullin (Ontario Literacy Coalition), Courtney Hare (Momentum) and others discuss their experience using webinars for professional development and marketing in the literacy field. This event is an interactive discussion for literacy professionals at schools, non-profit and community based organizations.
Join us, tell us about your experience and ask questions from professionals who are using webinars for PD, programming and promotion of literacy.
This is a free event, but registration is required, due to space limitations. Register here.
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Sarah Elaine Eaton is a faculty member in the Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, Canada.