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Digital learning webinar series for educators

In the spirit of always learning, we have an extensive lineup of free, professional development webinars that will leave you with actionable ideas and strategies to effectively implement digital learning tools that will increase student engagement and leave you with the freedom to do what you do best: teach.

Pick and choose from over 50 webinars that span across all disciplines featuring renowned authors and digital learning leaders, like you.

Aren’t sure where to start? Check out a sampling below or visit our This is Digital Learning Webinar Series website to browse or sort by discipline.

Unable to attend live? No problem – all webinars are recorded and available to you at your convenience.

Showcase your learning

Digital credentials allow you showcase the learning you’ve achieved. When you attend one of the webinars live and complete a brief assessment at the end, you will earn a Digital Learning badge via Acclaim to share with your networks.

Happy digital learning!

Monday, March 19, 2:00-2:40 p.m.
Learning Mathematics through Digital Technologies…the Right Way!
Kirk Trigsted, Professor, University of Idaho

Tuesday, March 20, 11:00-11:30 a.m.
6 Ways to Use Polling Questions to Engage Students in Your Accounting Classroom
Dr. Wendy Tietz, Professor, Kent State University

Wednesday, March 28, 4:00-4:30 p.m.
WAKE UP! Engagement Strategies to Compete in an Attention Economy
Michael R. Solomon, Professor, Saint Joseph’s University

Monday, April 9, 12:00-12:30 p.m.
Dynamic Techniques for Teaching Structure and Agency in the Sociology Classroom
Jodie Lawston, Professor, California State University, San Marcos

Tuesday, April 10, 2:00-2:30 p.m.
Measuring Student Apprehension, Comprehension, and Engagement in the E-book Era
Dr. Sam Sommers, Professor, Tufts University & Dr. Lisa Shin, Professor, Tufts University

Thursday, April 12, 11:00-11:30 a.m.
Stories and Histories: Hooking Students with the Tale
Bill Brands, Professor, University of Texas at Austin

Metacognitive Learning Strategies for A&P Students (recording available)
Chasity O’Malley, Professor, Palm Beach State College

Thinking Critically from Day ONE of Class (recording available)
Dr. Lourdes Norman-McKay, Professor, Florida State College-Jacksonville

No More “But That’s the Answer the Computer Gave Me” (recording available)
Jim Hanson, Professor, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology