UMass Lowell's Free Webinars and Online Speaker Series

The Division of Online & Continuing Education is proud to offer free webinars to our students and the UML community at large. This newly developed speaker series is intended to inspire and educate on a variety of topics. These webinars are offered in collaboration with various UMass Lowell departments through which the Division offers several innovative online programs. As additional Speaker Series Webinars become available, we will post that information below. Check back periodically for updates!

Upcoming Events

Webinar: Teaching Careers for English Majors

Join us for an informative webinar where we discuss the "need to know" for English majors interested in pursuing careers in education. Topics will include certification, graduate education options and live Q&A if time permits.

Featured Speaker

John Brown, Ed.D., Clinical Associate Professor of Education


Monday, November 5, 8:30-9:30pm

Join here on 11/5 at 8:30 pm

Past Events

Webinar: Careers & Graduate Study in Psychology

March 24, 2016

[View the Recorded Webinar on YouTube]

What You'll Need to Participate

To participate, you should have access to a Mac or PC with a high-speed Internet connection (DSL, Cable, FiOS), and speakers. Google Chromebook and Microsoft Surface Pro devices are supported provided one of the supported browsers (listed below) are being used and audio/camera devices work with those browsers. (Microsoft Surface devices running Windows RT are not supported.)

Click on the "Join the Presentation" link beneath the webinar in which you intend to participate. This webinar is using Blackboard Collaborate web conferencing system.

  • Supported web browsers for Windows 7/8/10 are Google Chrome and Firefox (version 49 or higher).
  • Supported web browsers for the Mac are the latest versions of Google Chrome, Firefox, & Safari.

The optimal Collaborate experience for all users is with Google's Chrome or Firefox (version 49+) browsers.

If you use an older version of these browsers you may need to have Adobe Flash Player (version 17 or above) installed in order to view and hear the presentation. You may also experience other issue with older versions of these browsers.

If you are experiencing difficulty accessing the presentations, please try emailing and we will do our best to help you.