Webinars are short (usually 60 to 90 minutes) presentation sessions, led by one or more experts, that take place over the Internet. They are offered live, in real-time, or via recordings of previously-held webinars. Webinars are a low-cost, convenient learning option.
People participating in one of TAC's live webinars:
Do you have content that would be great to share with others through a TAC webinar? Complete TAC’s Webinar Proposal Form. (A draft webinar title, outline, target audience, and other information are required.)
Or, don’t have the content but would like to attend a webinar on a specific topic? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-736-1350 x226.
All proposed webinar topics will be forwarded to the most appropriate TAC committee for review. The committee review will consider alignment of the topic and its learning objectives with the committee’s mandate and priorities, and availability of appropriate presenter(s), among other factors.
All TAC webinars are subject to demand. TAC reserves the right to reschedule or cancel a webinar if the minimum number of participants has not been reached. Early registration prevents a webinar from being cancelled due to low enrollment and secures a place in the webinar of your choice.