Please consider registering for the following webinars presented by the National College Learning Center Association (NCLCA).

Institutional registration of $100 allows for up to 5 individual logins for remote work (individual email addresses) OR if you are meeting in the same room, up to 8 attendees with one login (one email address).
A 3-pkg of webinar sessions for the institution is $250 and allows you to choose any 3 of the upcoming sessions within one year of purchase. If you desire a single registration for a webinar, the cost is $75 (discount code of NMBR must be applied at checkout), or the cost of $50 for NCLCA members (discount code MBR). Each email address is allowed to be used once per session (cannot be shared).
Contact me at [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> if you need an invoice to pay from because registration cannot be completed without payment. With NCLCA webinars, each registrant will receive the recording, PowerPoint presentation, and any material distributed during the session within 1 week following. You are free to use all material as needed at your institution for up to one year. More information is available at 

Online Learning Assistance by Design, 8/14/20 12:00 PM EDT 
Presented by Wendy Simmerman, Past-President UCLCA, Brigham Young University.
Online learning assistance is often reactionary and imitative, spurred by external forces and created by transferring what happens in a face-to-face environment to an online one. This webinar will walk participants through an instructional design approach to online learning assistance--a thoughtful, deliberative method that places student success at the forefront, maximizes institutional resources, is built for effective assessment and evaluation, and allows for sustainability and scalability over time.
Learning objectives:
1) Participants will understand basic principles of instructional design as applied to online learning assistance
2) Participants will develop the skills to conduct basic needs' analyses at their own institutions
3) Participants will have an increased awareness of the models, modalities, platforms, and resources available when planning online learning assistance

Managing in the face of change: A learning center leader's guide, 9/25/20 12:00 PM EDT 
Presented by Stacey Blackwell, Sr. Director Learning Centers at Rutgers University.
Managing in the Face of Change - Learn about some practical strategies for managing teams through times of change and disruption. This presentation will share best practices and lessons learned from a learning assistance professional who has experienced multiple changes of administration, mission, personnel, and organization and still maintained consistent program growth and new program development. It will focus on team dynamics, setting and adjusting to priorities, collaboration across programs, and funding.
Strategic planning for the Learning Center, 10/9/20 12:00 PM EDT 
Presented by Geoffrey Bailey NCLCA President, Executive Director, U of Louisville - REACH. Strategic planning is an essential, iterative process whereby learning center professionals can develop a comprehensive approach to evaluating the current and emerging needs of our students, the political landscape of our campuses, the available resources (time, money, space, technology, etc.), and key metrics/data derived from delivery of services to our students. Moreover, it enables us to be deliberate in both our thinking and performance, which is increasingly critical in an era of increased fiscal uncertainty and political pressures from key stakeholders.

Learning Objectives:
*       Participants will learn how to develop a strategic plan for a college or university learning center
*       Participants will learn how to connect mission statements with evaluation methods and assessment procedures as part of this planning process
*       Participants will discuss the political landscape of their campuses and consider methods for incorporating this knowledge into their strategic plan
*       Participants will identify available resources and learn ways to expand those resources to help meet the needs of students and the campus community

If you are working on assessment for your center or yourself, consider registering for the FREE sessions on how to create your LCE or LCLC Application. Each of these certification applications helps organize your material and provides benchmarking levels. More information is available at 

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 David L. Reedy, PhD
 Distriguish Core Part-time Faculty, School of Education

           Past-President, Treasurer, Current Webinar Coordinator, NCLCA
           2018 Recipient, NCLCA Lifetime Achievement Award

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