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What is a Series Site License?

A WOW series site license gives you the ability to share all the webinars in a particular series, both live and recorded, with a group of colleagues vs. individual access. The URL and password you receive can be shared with others at your location who can access the live and/or recorded events at any time during a period of a year.

wow tinyWho should purchase an NAGC Series Site License?

Designed for educators, researchers, and students, the NAGC Series Site License includes live and archived sessions for school districts, regional service centers, individual schools, parent groups, colleges and universities, and more. NAGC WOW sessions and other virtual events connect you to experts in the field who will present practical advice and share ample resources on relevant subjects.

Why should I purchase a Series Site License?

Whether you’re trying to stretch your professional development budget, or you simply want to provide your general education classroom teachers a foundation in gifted and talented education, an NAGC Series Site License provides you the opportunity to customize the learning experience. NAGC provides the topics and the experts, and you decide how – and when -- to disseminate the information.

How long does my access last?

Every Series Site License includes 12 months of access.

Top Three Reasons to Invest in an NAGC WOW Series Site License

  1. Gain complete access to a group of NAGC webinars. Take advantage of NAGC’s live or archived programming and give the gifted of professional development to your colleagues, grad students, or parents. Hundreds of teachers and gifted education advocates use NAGC webinars to become better informed, solve complex problems, and gain creative tools to instantly impact the classroom and community.
  2. The NAGC Site License provides you the content to design your own conference by offering enriching lessons from seasoned presenters. Use the live and/or the archived sessions in an in-service program. Or, design an “Introduction to Gifted and Talented” day for your parents and educators.
  3. By signing up for a WOW Site License, NAGC joins you in making an investment in education. We will continually reach out and provide you with the newest initiatives and services around our virtual learning platform.

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