Magna Online Seminars

Magna Online Seminars have built a reputation for quality, timeliness, and relevance. Live and interactive, they feature leading educators and thought leaders delivering thought-provoking, practical presentations. After the live presentation any Magna Online Seminars can be purchased as a download or in CD format.

All seminars are presented by highly respected names in higher education. And each comes with a host of tools to support learning, including:

  • Certificate of completion
  • Handouts
  • Supplemental materials
  • An in-depth facilitator’s discussion guide
  • A complete transcript

Magna Online Seminars cover a wide range of timely subjects relevant to faculty and administrators at any career stage in any higher education institution. Whether you work at a small college or large university, teach in a classroom or online, Magna Online Seminars has the insight and inspiration you need to keep your skills sharp and enthusiasm alive.

 

Magna Commons is an online, cloud-based professional development resource for faculty and administrators.

With a yearly subscription, your entire campus will have on-demand access to a library of the best Magna Online Seminars. Because all seminars are online, users can access this resource whenever and wherever they are. Watch seminars at home, at work, in a group, on a tablet, or even on a smartphone.

BENEFITS

  • Featuring leading educators and consultants
  • Thought-provoking, content-rich presentations
  • Lively discussions that give practical and actionable results
  • Campus-wide — all faculty members can access all programs for an entire year
  • Flexible — Watch seminars at home, at work, in a group, on a tablet, or even on a phone
  • Accessible — transcripts included for each program

 

Upcoming Live Online Seminars


Creating and Maintaining a Robust Faculty Mentoring Program

January 18, 2018 • 2:00 pm Central • 60 Minutes

Building an effective faculty mentoring program is an important part of creating an institutional culture of success. Whether your institution already has a mentoring program in place or you’re looking to start a program from scratch, this seminar will give you practical advice and strategies that you can implement right away.

 


Simple Strategies to Grow Online Courses and Programs

January 25, 2018 • 1:00 pm Central • 60 Minutes

Building an effective faculty mentoring program is an important part of creating an institutional culture of success. Whether your institution already has a mentoring program in place or you’re looking to start a program from scratch, this seminar will give you practical advice and strategies that you can implement right away.

 


A New Era in Title IX Enforcement: Understanding the Latest Changes

February 15, 2018 • 1:00 pm Central • 60 Minutes

Although the full impact of the new administration and OCR leadership is uncertain, it is clear that colleges and universities are in a new era of Title IX enforcement. The focus on due process (and turn away from systemic investigation) will likely have an impact on both Title IX litigation and on Title IX compliance efforts on campuses, with focus on due process concerns for the respondents. This shift will further complicate the role of the university, as it seeks to balance its obligations under Title IX to protect its students from sexual harassment and violence, while also navigating the heightened focus on the due process rights of the respondent.

 

 
 


Editor’s Picks

Below you will find a few of our most recent, top-rated online seminars. To see the complete library of archived seminars, visit Magna Publications.


Creating a Campus Culture of Acceptance for Online Education

In this highly focused program, you’ll discover easy-to-implement strategies to help you gain support of even the most resistant faculty and capitalize on the boom in online education.

Udermann will share the problems he faced at his institution when looking to apply an online curriculum, along with the practical, tested solutions he used to meet these challenges.
 


Building Strategies for Competency-Based Learning

This seminar covers what you need to know about creating, administering, and teaching a CBL degree program. Discover sound arguments to help you gain support of resistant staff and step-by-step strategies that will equip you to start, administer, and teach a CBL degree program.
 


Accommodating Faculty Mental Health Conditions under the ADA

This seminar is an opportunity for administrators to receive practical advice on the ADA from an attorney with expertise in higher education compliance. Gain a clear and engaging overview of how to compassionately manage mental health issues without running afoul of the ADA.