Conference materials and webinar recordings now available

e-Formation 2015 session

If you missed e-Formation 2015, or if you’re looking for resources to support implementation of what you learned, have we got a post for you.

First, nearly all of the slides and handouts from our plenary and workshop speakers are now available for free on the #eform15 Pinterest board. Just browse for the session you’re looking for and click the pin. You’ll be taken to the resource page for that session.

We encourage you to follow the board and share the pins on your own boards.

Second, by popular demand, we are making access to the e-Formation 2015 webinar recordings available for the same price as the real-time online event itself.

So for $79, you’ll be able to watch twenty-four segments of e-Formation programming. All proceeds go to support expansion of e-Formation Learning Community initiatives.

We asked webinar participants to rate the value of the experience. Here’s one testimonial:

When I attended in person a couple of years ago, the overall cost (fee, transportation, dog care, etc) was close to $1000. I thought it worth the money then, so obviously getting most of the benefit via the webinar (while having my dog lying at my feet) for just $79 was, as you say, “a steal.”

If you’d like to take a peek at what the recordings generally look like, we’ve made a sample available for free. Click here to watch Beth Lewis’s Monday session entitled “Congregational Hospitality: How to Really Welcome the Stranger.”

Click here to register for Webinar Access today. When we’ve received your registration, you’ll get an immediate confirmation email with links and a username and password. Please give us 1-2 business days to enter you into our system.

What makes e-Formation special is the participants and the ministry they engage in all year round. We hope you’ll take advantage of these opportunities to deepen your engagement with the conference material and—much more importantly—with the communities you serve.


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