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FREE WEBINAR: Crossing a Line: An Interdisciplinary Conversation about Working Across Disciplines

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      Limited (FREE) Registration Now Open for a Live Webinar

      Title: Crossing a Line: An Interdisciplinary Conversation about Working Across Disciplines

      Speakers: Janet Salmons, Ph.D. and Lynn Wilson, Ph.D.

      Date: Thursday, August 23, 2007

      Time: 11:00 am EDT - 1:00 pm EDT (Arrive at 10:30 for tutorial on Elluminate)
      (Please go to http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/meeting.html to confirm your time zone.)

      Cost: FREE - But 1st come first seated - limited seating.

      More Information: http://www.trainerspod.com/info/

      Register: http://www.trainerspod.com/register


      Event Background

      What happens when partnerships, teams and projects require us to work with people who come from disciplines different from our own? This interactive event will provide an opportunity to explore interdisciplinarity in theory and practice.

      Lynn and Janet will draw from a wealth of scholarly and practical experience with interdisciplinary efforts. They work in and across disciplines including education and training, business and leadership, the arts, environmental science, government policy-making and social sector disciplines.

      Janet and Lynn will discuss their current inter-disciplinary project as editors of  the forthcoming book, A Handbook of Research on Electronic Collaboration and Organizational Synergy.

      About the Presenters

      Janet Salmons provides consultation on electronic collaboration and e-learning through her company, of Vision2lead, Inc. and she is a faculty member at Capella University, where she teaches in the Organization and Management program. (See www.vision2lead.com). Lynn Wilson is Executive Director of the environmental scientific and educational organization Sea Trust Institute (www.seatrustinstitute.org). She also provides research, policy and strategic advice to governmental, business and nonprofit organizations through her firm, OSSIA.

      We have limited "seats" for this event. The webinar is entirely free of charge. Seats will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Register for the event by visiting: http://www.trainerspod.com/register.

      The minimum PC requirements are a Pentium III 500 Mhz CPU running Windows 98/ME/2000/XP with 128MB of memory and a sound card.  The minimum Mac requirements are Mac OS 9.1/9.2, Mac OS X 10.1.5/10.2/10.3/10.4, running on a G3 233 Mhz CPU with either 64 MB (OS 9), 128 MB (OS X 10.1.5/10.2/10.3) or 256 MB (OS X 10.4).

      To get maximum benefit from Elluminate Live!, all users should have a microphone and speakers.

      Trainerspod.com seeks to provide free access to these events to raise knowledge and awareness of the issues, practices and needs of e-Learning practitioners and researchers around the world.

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      We are indebted to Elluminate (www.elluminate.com) in sponsoring us and providing a platform for the exchange of knowledge.

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