These free, hour-long Web seminars give you the opportunity to interact with a panel of speakers as you find out more about the student experience at Walden.
Our Walden webinars feature:
- A presentation about Walden, its programs, and the student experience
- A panel discussion with members of the Walden community
- Answers to questions asked by other prospective students
Upcoming Walden Webinars
Visit the events calendar for a list of all upcoming Walden Webinars.
Walden On-Demand Webinars
View a list of available On-Demand webinars for the following categories:
Most Popular Walden On-Demand Webinars
- Center for Student Success – Supporting Adult Learners
In this free webinar, Supporting Adult Learners, you can learn how our Center for Student Success, which comprises five main services (including the Academic Skills Center and Disability Services), can help you enhance your student experience. During the webinar, our presenters will introduce you to: The Writing Center, which offers personal appointments and reviews of academic papers. The Walden Library, which has 106 databases, 177,778 electronic books, and 65,588 serials. Career Services, which supports you in proactively managing your career.
- Wireless and Well Prepared: The E-mergence of Technology in the Classroom
This Walden On-Demand Webinar examines the latest technology tools, their application and impact on various learning styles, and the role public and private partnerships play in the technological advancement of education. This Walden On-Demand Webinar features some of the nation’s premier thought leaders on technology, including College of Education faculty member Dr. David Thornburg.
- M.S. in Education: Teaching in Linguistically and Culturally Diverse Classrooms
Nearly half of U.S. children under age five are classified as a racial or ethnic minority. Children in this new wave, with distinct cultural and linguistic characteristics, are entering schools where their predecessors have traditionally been underserved.
- Tackling the Practicum Components of the Walden Nursing Program
What is the practicum component, and why is it important for an advanced degree in nursing? Learn how your employer can help you complete the practicum.
- Tackling the Face-to-Face Components of an Online Psychology Program
What is the Academic Year in Residence, and why is it important for a career in psychology? Follow along as the presenters review the face-to-face residency requirements and benefits of the Ph.D. in Psychology program and the fieldwork experience it offers.
Learn about the technical requirements for viewing a Walden Webinar or call an enrollment advisor toll-free at 1-866-492-5336 before getting started.