Our recent webinar on Macbeth drew an overwhelming response from teachers across the country and around the world. Within two and-a-half hours of posting the notice for it, all 150 available seats had been filled. Another 245 teachers tried to register for the session. Unfortunately, on the night of the webinar, only 73 of the 150 who signed up actually tuned in. We’re not exactly sure why. Perhaps because it was free, people thought it was okay to sign up, just in case. At any rate, we felt badly because many more teachers could have attended. Maybe we should charge a small, non-refundable fee, to secure a place. That way, only those who are really going to attend will register. What do you think?
If you missed the webinar, we do have a version of it available. We’re going to provide a better edited version soon, but if you can’t wait, here’s the information we sent out just the other day:
Thank you to everyone who registered for our Macbeth Set Free Webinar on December 7th! Below is a link for the archived webinar. Please note that the informational portion of the webinar begins at timestamp 23:30 – everything before that is mic-check, and video and audio troubleshooting by our webinar hosts. Once the recording begins, please click the pause button at the bottom of the screen, drag the time stamp to 23:30, wait for it to cue up, then press play. It may take a minute or two to fast-forward.
Please click the link below, or copy and paste it into your browser; then login as a Guest using your email address and your full name. Java is required to view this recording. At the end of the presentations there is a link to displayed to a Survey for participants. Please do fill this survey out! This will tell us what you want to see from us, and how we can better support you as an educator!
This will also be available through our BardNotes newsletter in January. If you’re not already registered for BardNotes, please visit www.folger.edu/enews.
We plan to offer more webinars on the plays. Which ones would you like to see offered?