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The ASIS&T Webinar on Webinars: How to Propose, Organize, and Present a Webinar
Webinar Date:  Wednesday, January 11, 2012, 11:30am-12:30pm (EST)

It’s easy for any ASIS&T member, SIG, Chapter, or other ASIS&T entity to suggest and present a webinar! This free one-hour “meta-webinar” will cover the following: 

  • A summary of the fact-finding results of 2010’s Webinar Task Force, and how these results are informing the direction of the new Online Education Task Force and the Education Committee, 
  • How to suggest webinar topics for continuing education purposes, 
  • Innovative ways in which your SIG, chapter, or other ASIS&T entity can take advantage of the webinar software for programs and business meetings, 
  • How to work with ASIS&T headquarters when scheduling a webinar; 
  • How easy it is to use ASIS&T’s webinar software as a webinar organizer and presenter. 

Diane will present for 45 minutes, and will leave 15 minutes at the end for Q&A. 

To view this webinar, you must be logged into the ASIS&T website. Once you are logged in, you will see the video link.

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Diane NealDiane Neal
Diane Neal is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Information and Media Studies at The University of Western Ontario, and holds the permanent title of Visiting Scholar at The University of Sydney in Sydney, Australia. Since earning information science degrees (MS, PhD) from the University of North Texas, Diane has also held academic appointments at North Carolina Central University and Texas Woman’s University. Additionally, she has been a systems librarian and a corporate information technology professional. She has held prominent positions for the iConference (2009 Posters Chair), Texas Library Association’s Automation & Technology Round Table (2005-2006 Chair), and South Central Voyager Users’ Group (2002-2003 Co-chair). Information about her teaching and research is available at