We are pleased to promote an upcoming virtual symposia that our colleagues at ALDinHE will be running over the next few weeks. Please find details of the event below…
ALDinHE are pleased to share details of our first ALDinHE “cyberspace”
Due to the range of experience and interest, we have decided to run two webinars.
Whatever your level of experience and practice, whether you want to present and/or
participate, you are very welcome to sign up for both webinars (or just one). If you would like to present, please provide details when you sign up, including a title and overview of your 10-15 minute presentation. Remember we are interested in hearing about the good, the bad and the ugly. Please don’t feel you can only present if you pulled off the “perfect” webinar.
If you have any queries before signing up, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday 26/6/28 – 13:00 – 15:30
(timings include comfort breaks). If you would like to present, please sign up by Monday
· Have you had a go at webinars? Please share your experiences of how you got
started with webinars and what recommendations you would make to those of us
· Are you interested in hosting and facilitating webinars but would you like to know
more from people who have had a go? Join this webinar to share your questions
Sign up for this virtual symposium to explore getting started with webinars, including
shared experiences of: platforms, pitfalls, positives, tips for beginners and more. (Should
the embedded link not work, please use: https://goo.gl/forms/obkgGGJTY9gDq9MV2)
Tuesday 24/7/18 – 13:30 – 15:30
(timings include comfort breaks). If you would like to present, please sign up by Friday 13/7/18
· Have you been hosting and/or participating in webinars for a while and would like
to share your practice and/or experiences of webinars – the good, the bad and the
· What do we need to consider in webinar design to engage learners and
· What about webinars and accessibility?
· How do we manage webinars to increase participation in the webinar?
· How do we avoid webinars being one-hit wonders and encourage return learners
to sign up for more?
· Do we record webinars to share with learners who didn’t participate – why?
· How might we use webinars to share/promote our practice with our colleagues
and peers – within our own institutions as well as beyond?
· Have you got an idea for a webinar that you’d like to run past a supportive and
constructive community? Take the opportunity to sign up for a “sounding board”
Whether you are a seasoned webinar designer/practitioner or are just interested in
learning more about webinars, sign up for this virtual symposium to explore enhancing
webinar design and practice. (Should the embedded link not work, please use: