- Purchase any three webinars and receive a 20% discount.
- Once your payment has been processed you will have 10 days to view the webinar as often as you wish.
- Unless otherwise noted, all webinars are $50 for members and $75 for non-members.
Webinar Registration Will Open on July 1, 2019
Evaluating Learning Outcomes Qualitatively
Marcia Toms – North Carolina State University
Assessing Effectiveness and Outcomes: Some Ideas for Producing Quantitative Data
Michele Doney – John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY
Assessment from A to Z: Utilizing Qualitative and Quantitative Measures in Learning Centers
Geoff Bailey – University of North Carolina Greensboro
Adjusting the frequency: What can we do when students don’t come often enough?!
Michele Doney – Baruch College
Collaborative Partnerships in Action: Joint Programming Efforts Between TRiO Programs, Tutorial Services,
and Other University-Based Programs
Steven Taylor and Rashaun Henry – Southeast Missouri State University
Bang Your Drum Loudly! How Best to Market a Tutoring Program
Greg Carmichael – The University of Louisville
Certifying Your Tutoring Program Under CRLA
Shawn O’Neil, The University of – North Carolina at Greensboro
Online Tutoring: What is it? Why is it important? How do I do it?
Ben Smith – Hamilton College
Utilizing technology and tech tools to enhance tutoring
Dr. Brandon Jones, Clemson University
Ethics in Tutoring utilizing the Values
in Action Inventory
Melissa Thomas – College of Charleston
New Tutor Training
Julie Loppacher – Emory University
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Making it stick: Applying research-based learning strategies in tutoring sessions
Joe Salvatore, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Swimming against the current into calmer
waters: How emotion and attitude affect learning
Julie Hohmann – University of Louisville
Theories to Guide Tutor Programs: Developing Program Operations From Learning and Development Theory
Karen Agee – Reading and Learning Coordinator Emerita,
University of Northern Iowa
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Best practices in tutoring for student-athletes
Lauren Hansen, University of Louisville
.Julie Loppacher, Emory, Atlanta, GA.
Shrimp Pringles and Rope Bridges: Working with International Students in Tutoring Centers
Lara Vance, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY
Making the First Stone Spears: Foundational Tutoring Strategies for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Brandi Willis Schreiber, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX.