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Thursday, September 20 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Freaking Super Sweet Webinars: learning new tricks from young guns (aka Webinars 101: AES webinar working group reports back)

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Kara Scally-Irvine (Evalstars Limited), Liz Smith (Litmus), Kahiwa Sebire (Flinders University)

The AES is transforming and wants to increase member value. We know many AES members are not located in easy reach of the regional seminars and workshops. In 2018, the Member Services Engagement (MSE) committee decided to trial the use of webinars, with a particular emphasis on enabling greater learning and connection opportunities for members unable to attend AES events. We established a webinar working group to identify potential applications of webinar technology and best practice guidelines for webinar technology and online facilitation. In keeping with design thinking approaches, we tested our assumptions with a pilot: "A webinar on how to run webinars".  

In this interactive session, the AES Webinar Working Group will share our learnings and activities so far. We will provide an overview of what a webinar is (and isn't), different delivery options within an evaluative setting (the techie bit) and our top tips and tricks for facilitating online. We will end with our reflections on the value of the tool for AES members as a vehicle for professional development, and a tool for use in evaluations. Throughout the session, we will incorporate the use of other interactive tools, e.g. PollEverywhere, that can be used to garner engagement and gather data, so attendees leave with first-hand experience of the technology options available to them.  

We hope to deliver this session as a webinar (and later as a webcast) so members not attending the conference can benefit.  

We will also seek feedback on what the membership might like to see next from the AES to support professional development. 

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avatar for Kara Scally-Irvine

Kara Scally-Irvine

Principal Consultant & Director, KSI Consulting Limited
Kara has over 15 years’ experience, planning, monitoring, and evaluation experience. She has expertise in both quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis, and systems thinking. She now applies these skills to support organisations large and small, in a range of settings... Read More →
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Kahiwa Sebire

Manager, Learning Design/MEval Student, University of Adelaide/University of Melbourne
Enthusiastic solution-finder and life-long learner. Exploring the possibilities of authentic learning experiences and technology with sticky notes and whiteboards in tow. | Studying MEval at UniMelb, interested in ECB, education, learning analytics, technology-enhanced practice, facilitation... Read More →
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Liz Smith

Partner, Litmus
I am a co-founder of Litmus a specialist private sector evaluation company based in Wellington New Zealand and active across Australasia. My evaluation journey started more than 20 years ago as a nurse in the John Radcliffe Hospital Oxford when assessing the effects of a new nursing... Read More →


Thursday September 20, 2018 11:00am - 12:00pm
Conference centre Hotel Grand Chancellor, Launceston

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