Webinars & Sixty Minute Socials

We’re launching a new series of AIN webinars called The Big Topic. This is an opportunity for us to gather and learn together in between conferences and local group meetings. They all start at 4pm UK time, and will last 90 minutes. Anyone is welcome to attend, up to the Zoom limit of 100 participants. And yes, they will be participative, with opportunities for discussion and other contributions in lively formats, hosted by the following.

  • Tuesday 21 May, 4pm UK time.
    Getting AI into more business schools  Lukas Zenk + Ralf Wetzel
    What’s the current situation of AI in business schools? Do we know who is doing what and where? This builds on the current informative discussion on our FB page. What would AIN members want to see in business schools and universities? And what role might we in AIN play in that?
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  • Thursday 27 June 4pm, UK time.
    Designing an AI training session – applying principles of good instructional design  Kat Koppett
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  • Tuesday 30 July, 4 pm UK time.
    Storytelling in Applied Improvisation – Paul Z Jackson and Jeanne Lambin
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  • Thursday 22 August, 4 pm UK time.
    Meeting the challenges of change and digital transformation  Kristy West + Paul Levy
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  • Wednesday 18 September, 4 pm UK time.
    Online Game Swap  Leif Hansen
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  • Monday 30 September, 4 pm UK time.
    Power and Status – Barbara Tint and Simo Routarinne
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  • Wednesday 16 October, 4 pm UK time.
    Applying Improvisation in Schools  Christiana Frank + Ed Reggi
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  • Tuesday 29 October, 4 pm UK time
    Online Game Swaps – Leif Hansen
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    These will be recorded, in case you miss them, want to watch again or are building a magnificent archive of Applied Improvisation resources.

These are our Sixty-Minute Socials, where we can chat about whatever is on our minds, including:

    • Who’s here and what do you do?
    • Something improvisation-related you’ve been pleased recently to notice?
    • What do we want to talk about today?
    • What’s hot for you on the AIN Facebook page?
    • Requests for help and wisdom?
    • Anything else?

Dates confirmed so far (all UK times):