NISOD’s Webinar Series, led by community and technical college leaders and other experts in the field, enables faculty members to conveniently learn about best practices and research related to effective teaching. In order to make this information available to our members, we need faculty and staff from community and technical colleges to share their best teaching practices.
If you are interested in facilitating a NISOD Webinar, please carefully read the following criteria before submitting your session proposal.
Webinars should deliver about 60 minutes of engaging content.
Webinars should help educators improve their teaching techniques for online, hybrid, blended, or face-to-face learning. Webinar sessions should cover a compelling teaching practice that improves student achievement.
Topics should be meaningful and relevant to college faculty members. Topics should have learning objectives that are action-oriented, measurable, and student-focused. View current examples of Webinar topics here.
Supporting material for Webinars should be compatible with BigBlueButton’s interactive features (most presenters use PowerPoint). Please note that videos are not compatible with BigBlueButton.
Webinar facilitators must be willing to participate in a practice session prior to the webinar. Webinars are recorded and archived to enable viewing by NISOD members at a later date.
NISOD Webinar Facilitator Application
Click the button below to apply to be a NISOD webinar facilitator. If your topic is selected, you will be contacted.