Webinar: Wednesday, December 3, 2014, 10–11 a.m. PST
Come join this problem-solving/peer-coaching webinar to learn about the Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Network's “Ask A REL” service, which provides research-based responses to education questions. You’ll learn what the service is, the kinds of questions we get and from whom, the response process, and what happens once the responses are complete. Then help us brainstorm how we might expand the reach and usefulness of the “Ask A REL” service—and how you might leverage this free service for your own clients.
This webinar is part of a series produced by the Technical Assistance Coordination Center (TACC). The series is designed to provide opportunities for US Department of Education technical assistance (TA) providers (Comprehensive Centers, Equity Assistance Centers, OSEP TA&D Centers, and Regional Educational Laboratories) to stay connected with each other throughout the year, and to extend their reach to audiences outside the technical assistance network. Others interested in learning how this free reference desk service can benefit their staff and/or clients are welcome to participate.
Jennifer Klump, REL Northwest; Elizabeth Burr and Kenwyn Derby, REL West; and Quincy Chang and Heidi Larson, REL Northeast & Islands