Archived Webinars and Online Programs
Technology Tuesdays Webinar Series
Hosted by the APGA Technology and Innovation Professional Section (TIPS)
Video Collaboration Tools - View this webinar here.
This webinar review tips for conducting a successful webinar and, then, presenters from across the nation will present a rapid-fire overview of five video collaboration tools including Adobe Connect, Hangouts on Air, Join.me, GoToMeeting, and WebEx.
Collaboration & Communication: Dedicated Tools - View this webinar here.
The webinar recording presents three institutional perspectives on their choices of dedicated tools for collaboration and communication.(Cloud-based tools, Trello, Jira, Slack, and Zapier, and SmartSheet).
All-in-One Platforms - View this webinar here.
This webinar features three institutions’ perspectives on their choices of all-in-one platforms for internal and external collaboration and communication (Google Apps, Office 365, Sharepoint).
Collections Clarity Webinar Series
Hosted by the APGA Plant Collections Professional Section
To view Introduction To Plant Collections: Defining And Communicating Their Role In The Garden, please visit: http://longwoodgardens.
To view Unlocking Your Documentation Toolbox, please visit: http://longwoodgardens.adobeconnect.com/p43irs3tlbg/
To view The Policies Behind the Plants, please visit http://longwoodgardens.adobeconnect.com/p14gzpsnags/
Association of Fundraising Professionals Webinar-Audioconference Series 2015
ONGOING AND ARCHIVED WEBINARS AVAILABLE!
FREE for APGA Members with special code! (Need the code? Contact APGA at 610.708.3010 or email email@example.com)
View the 2015 webinar calendar here! - Approved for CFRE Continuing Education Credits!
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EECapacity for Public Garden Educators
A webinar-based course on environmental education
EECapacity for Public Garden Educators consists of an introductory video plus three webinar modules. The overall goal of the program is to guide public garden educators as they seek to develop outreach programs aimed at improving environmental awareness among their constituents. Registrants who participate in all three webinars and submit a project plan will receive a certificate of completion form the EECapacity program.
Promoting Environmental Justice
Provided by: Dr. Don Rakow, Associate Professor of Horticulture, Cornell University.
Laying the Groundwork: Introducing children to ecological concepts underlying climate change
Provided by: Dr. Jennifer Schwarz Ballard, Associate Vice President of Education, Chicago Botanic Garden.
Emerging Professionals Webinar
Hosted by APGA's Emerging Professionals Professional Section
Duration: 30 minutes
Feature speaker: Jeff Downing, Executive Director of Mt. Cuba Center
Content: The Emerging Professionals section presents its first webinar as a window into a director's view on emerging into Public Gardens. Jeff Downing takes the audience through his struggles and advice on how he emerged from a non-Horticulture background into his current position as Executive Director of Mt. Cuba Center in Hockessin, DE.