On Tuesday, May 12, 2020, Julia Lang ran a webinar for Stanford University’s Life Design Studio to over 50 universities embedding life design on their campuses across the world. Julia shared how to recruit, train, and manage a fleet of instructors from across campus
This session offered a deep-dive exploration of Taylor’s online library of life design educational materials, including all resources needed to market, plan and lead a four-day staff training; Instructor Guides and PowerPoints instructors used to prepare for and teach classes; and how to access and import a template life design Canvas course.
Several participants wrote Lang after the session:
“Thank you so much for the session and for sharing your resources. I find it really inspiring —- how you made it possible for everyone else to use your course. Also love how you created an educator train-the-trainer for your course.” –Liam O’Leary Graduate Programming Coordinator, School of Graduate Studies, University of Toronto
“I attended the Zoom Skill share yesterday and I appreciate everything – the creative energy, spirit of collaboration, sharing of resources, insight into organization and training of instructors – whew! You have so much going on!” –Dr Margaret J. Weinberger, Director, Undergraduate Program, Department of Sociology, Bowling Green State University
After the session, Lang remarked:
“It was inspiring to be part of a group of educators passionate about bringing the tools of changemaking life design to their students. I look forward to continuing to support the life design education community into the future.”