About ASCILITE LIVE! Webinars
ASCILITE offers up to ten interactive webinars each year as a professional development activity and for Communities of Practice outside of the annual ASCILITE conference. ASCILITE LIVE! webinars are currently open to members and non-members alike so prospective attendees are welcome to share webinar invitations with colleagues. However, only ASCILITE members receive the link to ASCILITE recordings well before they are posted to this website.
ASCILITE uses Blackboard Collaborate to conduct its webinars.
The 2017 ASCILITE Live! webinar series will commence earliy in March 2017.
You will find a synopsis of past webinars and links to each video for 2015 – 2016 webinars below.
Open Call for Webinar Presenters
Do you have a project or topic that you would like to share with the ASCILITE community through a webinar?
ASCILITE has been offering its Live! webinars since 2009 as a valuable service to members and members are invited to suggest a webinar of their choice for this year's webinar series. Webinar presenters are fully supported by an ascilite Executive who organizes and moderates each webinar and the Secretariat who manages the webinar registration process.
Webinars are usually 60 minutes in duration. Presenters may select a particular month and date for their suggested webinar and every effort will be made to schedule the webinar accordingly once your proposal has been accepted.
You will find examples of the kinds of webinars ASCILITE has offered in the past by viewing the abstracts and recordings of past webinars available through the links above.
If you believe you have a project or topic that would be of interest to ASCILITE members (and non-members) and that you would like to share, then please email your proposal to Alan Soong or Chris Campbell, who co-chair ASCILITE's webinars.
The ASCILITE LIVE! Webinar Guidelines for Presenters
ASCILITE has recently developed a set of Webinar Guidelines for Presenters that is essential reading for anyone planning to facilitate an ASCILITE webinar.