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Webinars

To help our members acquire the resources and skills necessary to lead the fight for faculty rights, the AAUP has developed online training webinars; each includes a presentation with a slideshow and a question-and-answer session with the presenter. Participation in most webinars is open to AAUP members and field staff only.

Check for upcoming webinars on the AAUP's Events page or check out the recordings and materials from past webinars in our member-only archive. You must be logged in to the website in order to access the archive. Assistance with retrieving forgotten passwords is available here.

Archive of Past Webinars

Our archive of past webinars includes recordings and materials from webinars on the following topics.  

Academic Freedom

Academic Freedom in the Age of Trump
Academic Freedom in the Classroom

Faculty Handbooks and Policy Basics

The AAUP Redbook
Faculty Handbooks as Enforceable Contracts
How to Read a Faculty Handbook
Strengthening Faculty Handbooks

Shared Governance

Shared Governance in Perilous Times
Developing Shared Governance
Contingent Appointments and Faculty Governance

Collective Bargaining

Bargaining in Times of Economic Uncertainty
Using Compensation Data in Collective Bargaining
Negotiating Contingency: Devising a Practical Workplan
Negotiating Health Care in Your Collective Bargaining Agreements
Arbitration: The End of the Line
Good Faith Bargaining

Financial Exigency

Financial Exigency and Program Elimination
Program Elimination and Financial Exigency

Chapter and Conference Skills

Digital Engagement and Mobilization during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Going Viral: How to Elevate Your Message Online
Intro to Social Media: Facebook Pages and Beyond
Building a Chapter Website
Conference and Chapter Committee A Matters
Working with the Media
The Art of the Information Request

Work and Family

Pregnancy in the Academy
Family and Medical Leave Act

Teaching and Research

Remote Teaching and Its Impact on Intellectual Property
Teaching Evaluation
Intellectual Property
Academic Freedom in the Classroom