ASECS 2020 Virtual Sessions
Virtual Session Information
To schedule an ASECS 2020 Virtual Session, fill out the ASECS Virtual Session Schedule Request Form.
To register to attend/participate in an ASECS Virtual 2020 Annual Meeting Session, please complete the ASECS 2020 Meeting Session Registration Form.
Need your CFP number? Click HERE.
CFP #196 - ASECS President, Jeff Ravel – "Virtual Office Hours"
The elected officers of ASECS had been planning to hold “Officer’s Office Hours” (CFP #196) open to all members of the Society at the Annual Meeting in St. Louis. We were looking forward to hearing about your ideas, aspirations, and concerns. While we were not able to meet in person in St. Louis, President Jeff Ravel will hold an online office hour open to all members of the Society this coming Monday, April 27, 2020 at 4:00 PM EDT. Feel free to stop by virtually and chat with Jeff about ASECS.
Please visit here to register for the session. Registration closes Monday, April 27, 2020 at 9:00 AM EDT.
CFP #22 - "Zooming through the Eighteenth Century"
To kick off the Virtual ASECS 2020 Annual Meeting, the Pedagogy Caucus is sponsoring an informal roundtable discussion on the joys and challenges of "Zooming through the 18th Century" during this pandemic season of remote learning. The session will include several short (5 minute) presentations on strategies and ideas for adjusting our content to new remote formats, as well as a time of open discussion, brainstorming, and encouragement. If you have a creative idea or successful strategy you'd like to share, please email the session chairs so we can add you to the program. We'll have space for 8-10 to share, but the conversation will be open to all--please join us!
Zooming through the Eighteenth Century will take place Friday, April 17 at 11:00 am – 12:30 pm EST. Please visit here to register for the session. Members are also asked to email Pedagogy Caucus session chairs Bethany Williamson (email@example.com) and Linda Troost (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a title or brief description of the idea they'd like to share, no later than Thursday, April 16.