A free book club is being run in 2022 for APEN members in alternate months to the APEN webinars.
We will get together to review how selected papers can be applied to our extension programs in interactive virtual discussions. The regional coordinators will take turns facilitating the club meetings.
Book club meetings in 2022 will be on Mondays at 2pm AEDT or AEST (when there is no daylight saving) for up to an hour.
The dates are:
Register by the Monday before the meeting if possible. You will be sent the papers to read and the Zoom invitation.
If you would like further details on the Book Club, or would like to present or have a suggestion for a suitable topic, please get in contact with the APEN Secretariat on email@example.com.
A copy of the recording from the book club meetings will be available from the list below or the APEN YouTube Channel
Book Club 1: Monday March 21, 2pm AEDT - Facilitator: Noel Ainsworth, Queensland Regional Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The topic: The applicability of the Elaboration Likelihood model (ELM).
Do any of the following questions peak some interest
Have you ever wanted to review factors associated with the message, sender and receiver in your communication?
Does a higher level of education make someone more or less likely to change given a persuasive argument?
Should you give your key message up front, or after you lay out your argument?
Why are most messages NOT centrally processed and is this related to thinking fast and slow?
Have you ever wondered what the Elaboration Likelihood model is and what it could offer to your communication?
If your interest is peaked, consider joining us for a one hour book club meeting on Monday 21st March at 1pm AEST.