Editor’s Note: We are sharing this message from Dr. Lisa Cahill of Arizona State University. Please consider attending this webinar. We would also like to thank Dr. Cahill and the Arizona State University Writing Center for hosting this free webinar.


As many of us have recently moved our writing center operations to online formats (or are currently in the process of doing so), I’m writing to share information about a free webinar being offered on two different dates:  Sunday, March 22 (2-3 pm, Arizona time) and Monday, March 23 (12-1 pm, Arizona time) by Arizona State University.

Webinar Description:

The Arizona State University Writing Center is hosting a free webinar to share how it has operationalized the transition to a fully digital delivery model.  ASU’s Writing Center has offered peer-to-peer online tutoring for over 10 years and recently transitioned all of its in-person services to be fully online. During this webinar, ASU staff will share how they are using Zoom, TutorTrac, and Slack to continue to deliver services to all learners. Staff will share practical applications and their knowledge about how to best utilize technology to provide support. Join us for this free webinar on supporting your center staff and learners through this digital transformation!

How to Register:

To register for Sunday, March 22 (2-3 pm, Arizona time), please visit https://asu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_rb5FQgdATzOhydRm_F9_nA.

To register for Monday, March 23 (12-1 pm, Arizona time), please visit https://asu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_70BuSP_ySv-aIOx90T0izQ.

I wish everyone well as we all work at our schools and in our communities to continue to serve our students!

 If you have any questions, please feel free to email me. Take good care.

Thank you,

Lisa Cahill, Ph.D.

One Comment

  1. Benjamin Mulwana March 25, 2020 at 10:35 pm - Reply

    This is fantastic!

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