Webinars provide a space to share experiences, ideas, strategies, and questions about online writing centers (OWCs).
If you have questions about an upcoming event, would like to be a presenter, or would like to assist with facilitating webinars, please contact the Virtual Events Committee at email@example.com.
ASL Interpretation and Recording
We work with Morr Interpreting to provide American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters in each webinar. Webinars are recorded, given edited closed captions, and shared in our Event Archive up to 2 weeks after the event date.
Guidelines for Participating
Webinars are currently held in a Zoom Pro room. To ensure our interpreters are visible and can translate without auditory or visual distractions, we ask that participants keep their audio and video turned off during the event. Participants are welcome to ask questions and contribute in the chat.
- August 24, 1:00 PM ET-2:00 PM ET – “Story Culture Live: Homegrown Storytelling as Actionable Anti-Racism Work” with Clarissa J. Walker
You can register for a webinar through the scheduling system below. Follow these steps:
- Select your time zone from the drop-down menu
- Click the “Register” button next to the event you’d like to attend
- Fill out the registration form and click “Complete Registration”
- Save your confirmation email to have the Zoom information or cancel your registration later. You can also respond to this email to contact the event organizers.
A reminder email will also be sent the day of the event.
You can find recordings and materials for past webinars in our Event Archive. Here are the most recent webinars:
- “What’s Your Story?: Work backwards from your goals to identify data points and evidence to support your writing center” with Rikki Corniola
- “Introduction to Digital Accessibility Principles” with J. M. Dembsey
- “Enacting Antiracism in Asynchronous Writing Consultations” with Eric Camarillo
- “Racial Justice and Online Writing Center Praxis” with Zandra L. Jordan
- “Shaping Online Tutoring Practice: Research and Reflection over Replication” with Lisa Eastmond Bell