uses Skype for these interactive sessions.
have the students prepare in advance a list of questions for her
to answer. She will first give a brief presentation, perhaps showing
her latest book or talking about an upcoming project, and will
then take questions. If you prefer, the Q&A can come first,
depending on your students' needs. How you handle the Q&A
is up to you. Sometimes students come up to the screen individually
to ask questions and then the next student comes up. Sometimes
the students gather around the screen to ask questions. The format
will depend on your needs and what kind of equipment you have.
If you have an activboard or smartboard or some other means to
project the images onto a larger screen, for example, the format
might be somewhat different. In any case, students must be familiar
with some of her work.
you would like a different kind of program, please let us know
before setting up the program and please provide a general idea
of what you would like. Further details will be needed at least
a week before the chat so she can prepare.
also be happy to autograph bookplates in advance of the chat,
but be sure to send them to her in a timely manner so she can
sign them and get them back to you before the chat.
* for each 1 one-hour long chat
visit Rebecca's bio page, then follow the three other links at
the top of the page for a list of her books, information on her
presentations when she comes to do a physical visit, and book
ordering information for getting her books from a variety of sources.
AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST