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Free or at minimal cost, our webinars are an interactive professional development experience allowing you to learn directly from the comfort of your own office or home computer!

All sessions are 60 to 75 minutes in length and begin at Noon Eastern time. Unless listed otherwise, all webinars are $100 for an institutional registration for members (up to 3 each of whom must be registered for access).
  • Members pay $50 (at registration, enter discount code MBR)
  • Non-Members pay $75 (at registration, enter discount code NMBR
For more info on a particular session and to register click the "Register Here" button for your desired session.

    FREE Webinar

    Monday, July 10, 2023 | 10:00 A.m. est

    NCLCA 2023 Conference Preview

    Join Conference Chair, Chris Gulino, and conference presenters as they share information about what to expect when you attend the NCLCA 2023 conference and pre-conference sessions. 

    We're excited to offer six, three-hour pre-conference sessions and over 100 concurrent sessions scheduled for the conference (September 25-28 in Portland Oregon)! Save $100 on the conference by registering for the conference before July 15, 2023.

    Register Here     


    Friday, June 23, 2023 | 12:00 p.m. est

    Building Accessible Scaffolds in Learning Centers

    Join us as we learn from students’ perspective and those involved in the Logan Project development about accessibility in Learning Centers.

    Learning centers offer students two of the most precious commodities in higher education: time and individual attention. Many gifted educators would love to spend long periods of time giving students individual help with their course content, but this is not their reality. Time and individualized attention are scarce resources and instructors never have enough of either. Learning consultants at university learning centers are poised and trained to fill in the gaps. They listen. They ask probing questions. They help break complex processes down. They reteach fundamentals that have been forgotten. The intersection of tutoring, coaching, and administrative support provided by college learning centers creates scaffolds that help students succeed. Despite all this good news, it’s also important to recognize that there are still students on the margins who are unable to climb even the most robust learning center scaffolds.

    This was the experience of Logan Prickett when he started college at Auburn University at Montgomery.  He was a capable student who was unable to access our scaffolds. We responded by collaborating with Logan to build new scaffolds that he could climb. It was more work than any of us could have possibly imagined when we started out, but we learned extraordinary lessons and walked through doors we never knew we’d be invited to enter.  We’d like to share that story with you as well as some of the important lessons we learned along the way.

    Hosting the webinar as a round table discussion: Dr. Ann Gulley, Co-Developer of Process-Driven Math, Co-Founder of The Logan Project, Student Services Coordinator – Harbert College of Business, Adjunct Faculty – College of Education, Auburn University

    Round Table members include:

    Dr. Yvette Pearson, Vice President, Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, UT System Regents’ Outstanding Teacher, University of Texas Dallas

    Dr. Matt Ragland, Associate Provost, Graduate Studies and Faculty Services, Mathematics Professor, Auburn University at Montgomery

    Mr. Logan Prickett, Co-Developer of Process-Driven Math, Co-Founder of The Logan Project, Graduate of Auburn University at Montgomery (Psychology)

    Mr. Jordan Price, Co-Developer of Process-Driven Math, Co-Founder of The Logan Project, Graduate of Auburn University at Montgomery (Mathematics with Computer Science Option)

          Register Here     

    After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

    Please remember that each attendee must register and receive a unique log-in response.

    For more information on this and other exciting webinars, contact the Webinar Coordinator: Diana Garland, EdD |  Webinars@NCLCA.org 

    Missed a Webinar?

    Visit the webinar section of the NCLCA store for any past webinars you may have missed or would like to revisit. Download the catalog to review the recordings then use the link to visit the webinar section of the NCLCA Store for past webinars you missed or want to revisit. 


    about webinars

    purpose of webinars

    The purpose of Webinars is to advance NCLCA's mission to support learning center professionals as they develop and maintain learning centers, programs, and services to enhance student learning. The series gives learning assistance professionals a chance to participate synchronously in a relatively inexpensive and high quality professional development experience designed to foster their growth in the field of learning assistance.

    Presenters do more than share information; they bring the audience into the conversation about their topic allowing for networking, idea exchange and consultation. The webinar format allows for learning center professionals to learn in real time from and with peers without the burden of travel costs or as much time away from work as a conference would entail.

    what to expect

    • Webinars take place in real time via a web-based presentation transmitted over the Internet using a conferencing software platform called "Go-to-Webinar."
    • The presentation is designed to be interactive and includes a question and answer period.
    • A recording of the presentation is made available after the training.


    The NCLCA Board wants to keep costs as low as possible while still providing you with a great learning experience. This price includes attendance at the live webinar followed by the video recording of the presentation, the PowerPoint presentation, and all material distributed in conjunction with it. No other professional learning assistance association offers this combination for online training. 


    Go-to-Webinar uses Stripe to process credit cards. If you need to pay using a check or PO, contact the coordinator for an invoice and to reserve a seat. Note, payment must be received no less than 24 hours before the event.

    The default payment option is the institutional rate for members of $100. The institutional rate will provide individual logins that can be used for up to 3 participants. For NCLCA members and non-members wishing to view at their computer with up to one additional person, please choose the fee by using the DISCOUNT codes as follows:

    1. NCLCA member, the cost is $50 (Use the discount code: MBR )

    2. Not an NCLCA member, the cost is $75 (Use the discount code: NMBR) 

    3. If you are seeking the institutional rate, please register without a code. The default price is listed at $100 is the institutional rate. 

    4. Institutional registrations will receive the discount code for the additional 2 attendees once registration has been verified by the webinar coordinator. 


    Access to the webinar and materials is only processed upon with payment. Registration remains open up until  24 hours before the webinar begins. If you register early and do not complete your payment, your registration will be cancelled 48 hours before the webinar begins to freeing up space for others.

    Refunds are granted up to 48 hours before the webinar begins. If you are unable to attend, you will still get a recording of the webinar. Upon payment you will receive a confirmation email telling you how to join the training.


    Contact the Webinar Coordinator:

    Diana Garland, EdD



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