The webinar, “Your Voice Matters: Publishing in the Field of Online Literacy Education,” will take place on Tuesday, September 12th from 1-2pm ET, and will be lead by Jason Snart (College of DuPage), founder and current editor ofOnline Literacies Open Resource (OLOR), and Michael Greer (University of Arkansas at Little Rock), editor of Research in Online Literacy Education (ROLE).The webinar is intended for both graduate students new to academic publishing and seasoned authors seeking to learn new strategies for publishing online. Participants will gain insights and practical strategies to help with each stage of the digital publishing process. The webinar leaders will focus particularly on creating multimodal and webtext works for born-digital publishing, and will share insights from their perspectives as editors of online publications.For more information, please visit our website or review the attached flyer.To register, follow the purchase link on the GSOLE website:http://www.glosole.org/store/c5/Webinars.htmlPlease note that GSOLE members are entitled to one free webinar per academic year (Regular GSOLE memberships are $50 and Student/Contingent Faculty/Retiree memberships are $20), and 20% off all subsequent webinars. You might also be interested in a Group Purchase, where several people at your institution share a single link to the webinar. I’ll be happy to answer questions about any of these options, and about GSOLE Institutional Memberships, which includes regular memberships for up to 50 people.Direct any questions to Dr. Mary Stewart at email@example.comPS: Save the Date for our Upcoming Webinars!
-Thursday, October 26, 3-4pm ET: “Let’s Get Meta: Designing Interactive Webinars”, Rochelle (Shelley) Rodrigo, University of Arizona
-Thursday, February 8, 1-2pm ET: “Contingency, Inclusivity, and Material Work Conditions in Online Literacy: Developing Calls to Action”, Mahli Mechenbier, Kent State & Lisa Meloncon, University of South Florida
-Wednesday, March 28, 1-2pm ET: “Developing Online Writing Classes for Global Contexts”, Kirk St.Amant, Louisiana Tech University