Tuesday, May 31, 2022

"Starting a Side Gig" (Tonight) + "Parenting for Academic Success" (Summer Course) + Urban Librarianship (Mini-Summit)

Part of the LearningRevolution.com 'Survive and Thrive!' Series
With Steve Hargadon


As an educational entrepreneur for 20 years, Steve gives you a simple step-by-step starter formula and overview for building an idea into an educational side gig, whether you are just looking to follow a personal passion or build a full-time business. Perfect for the beginner trying to decide what to do, or any educational entrepreneur looking to review the basics.

Topics he will cover:

  • Identifying your topic idea or audience niche
  • Building your specialty, your expertise, and your "brand"
  • Creating your online presence
  • Simple online speaking, webinars, and event building
  • Collaborating with other educational entrepreneurs
  • Building an email list
  • Leveraging social media

DATE: Tuesday, May 31, 2022, at 7:00 PM UA-Eastern Time (click HERE to see in your own time zone)

LENGTH: 30 minutes + QA

COST: $29/person - includes any-time access to the recording and any presenter handouts and a participation certificate if needed. To arrange group discounts (see below), to submit a purchase order, or for any registration difficulties or questions, email steve@learningrevolution.com.

REGISTRATION: Click HERE or the payment image above to register. If you have any trouble registering for a webinar, if you need to be invoiced, or if you have any questions, please email admin@learningrevolution.com.

SPECIAL GROUP RATES (email admin@learningrevolution.com to arrange):

  • Multiple individual log-ins and access from the same organization paid together: $25 each for 3+ registrations, $20 each for 5+ registrations.
  • The ability to show the event (live or recorded) to a group located in the same physical location or in the same virtual meeting from one log-in: $99.
  • Large-scale institutional access for viewing with individual login capability: $249.

STEVE HARGADON (@stevehargadon)
Founder, The Learning Revolution

Steve Hargadon created one of the first modern social networks for teachers, Classroom 2.0, and runs large online conferences for teachers and librarians. His father was Dean of Admissions at Princeton and Stanford, and Chairman of The College Board. Steve has done contract work, consulted with, or served on advisory boards for Acer, Adobe, Blackboard, CoSN, Horizon Project / New Media Consortium (NMC), Instructure, Intel, KnowledgeWorks Foundation, MERLOT, Microsoft, Mightybell, NAMLE, Ning, PBS, Promethean, Speak Up / Project Tomorrow, U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. State Department, and others, typically focusing on educational technology and social networking.

 “It’s true - @stevehargadon is a national treasure.” @markjotter

 “Steve is an amazing facilitator. He brings this wonderful combination of humility, hospitality and insight to conversations that matter in education.” -Bernard Bull

 “Steve is one of the most influential yet understated individuals in the world of Education. He gives thought leaders a widely attended global platform to voice their ideas to transform Education, and he does so with tremendous respect and intelligence.” -Charles Fadel

 “Steve is the Oprah of education.” -Monika Hardy's Students 

“Steve is the 'white knight' of education reform.” -Michelle Cordy

 “Steve Hargadon is one of the most important change-makers of our time!” -Connie Weber

Please consider joining us for one or more of our brand new series of affordable 'Survive and Thrive!' webinars, workshops, and summits, part of the LearningRevolution.com family: Library 2.0, The Future of Education, ReinventingSchool.com, Classroom 2.0, and TeacherLibrarian.org. More details are below.

With Greg Smith & Chris Loper
Summer 2022 (five consecutive evenings) US-Eastern Time (1 hour x 5 evenings)
Click HERE for more information and to register.

With Library 2.0
Thursday, July 14, 2022 at 3:00 PM US-Eastern Time (3 hours)
Click HERE for more information and to register.

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