A Webinar is a live presentation conducted over the Internet, allowing attendees to view the presenter's slide presentation or computer screen in real time on their computer desk top while listening to the presenter speak through the telephone or through the computer via use of a headset or computer speakers.
For more information about web conferencing and webinars refer to the June 2010 editionof ExtensionNet.
APEN Webinars have been hosted by APEN member Leanne Isaacson since 2016. They are held on the third Monday of every second month at 2pm AEST/AEDT.
If you would like further details on the webinars, or would like to present or have a suggestion for a suitable topic, please get in contact with Roe at the APEN Secretariat on firstname.lastname@example.org.
A copy of the recording from the webinars can be accessed from the list below:
2019 Webinar 1 - How the groups we belong to Influence our Environmental Attitudes and Behaviour - presenter Assoc Prof Kelly Fielding. - February 18
Kelly Fielding is an Associate Professor in the School of Communication and Arts at the University of Queensland. As an environmental psychologist, Kelly’s research focuses on understanding the social and psychological determinants of environmental sustainability.
She seeks to understand environmental decisions and behaviours and to develop communication and behaviour change strategies that can promote greater environmental sustainability.
Kelly will discuss why environmental attitudes and behaviours are not solely the product of individual attributes but are also affected by group memberships and the group processes associated with these memberships.