The Teacher Webinar program provides participants with on-line, real-time access to industry experts in a range of resources-sector related fields. Topical issues relevant to the Australian curriculum form the basis of the Webinar program.
What is a Webinar?
A Webinar is a seminar offered on the Web. It utilises web-conferencing abilities to provide participants with audio and visual access to the guest presenter.
Previous Webinars have been captured and can be viewed by clicking the links below.
- Wet Rocks presented by Chris McAuley (Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment) on May 30, 2011 .
- Processing Oil Shale presented by Ian Henderson from (QER) on 18 April, 2011.
- Addressing Environmental Issues (associated with Oil Shale production) presented by John Linden (QER) on 21 March, 2011
- How Oil Shale Forms presented by Graham Pope (QER) on 21 February, 2011.
- The issue of oil security and Australia’s oil vulnerability presented by Simon Eldridge (QER) on 8 February, 2011.
- Sedimentology presented by Dr Maree Corkeron (Queensland University of Technology) on November 16 2010.
- Underground Coal Gasification presented by Matt Buchanan (LINC Energy) on 24 August 2010.
- Solar Cells for Energy presented by Professor John Bell (QUT) on 1 June, 2010.
- Solar Energy and Photovoltaics presented by Dr Geoff Walker (Aurecon) on 18 May, 2010.
- Solar Energy and Photovoltaics presented by Dr Geoff Walker (Aurecon) on 11 May, 2010.
- Climate Change Webinar presented by Dr Michael Roderick (School of Earth Sciences, Australian National University) on 16 November, 2009.
- Geothermal Energy Webinar presented by Klaus Regenauer-Lieb (Western Australian Geothermal Centre of Excellence, University of Western Australia – Curtin and CSIRO National Energy Transformed Flagship) on 18 March 2010.