During the 2012-2013 school year, the Ashbrook Center will offer a series of fifty webinars intended to help high school students develop a better understanding of our Founding documents and the principles of American constitutional self-government.

These webinars will allow your classroom to interact with a professor who is an expert in the field. Each webinar will be approximately an hour in length - but we can work with you to accommodate your class schedule. We will offer webinars on ten different topics throughout the year designed to fit into your classroom schedule. (See the list of topics below.)

These webinars are designed for advanced high school students (with preference for A.P. students). The Ashbrook Center will host these webinars using WebEx Training Center; all you will need to participate in your classroom is a computer equipped with a broadband internet connection, an ordinary web browser, and a webcam and microphone to be able to interact with the scholar.

If you are interested in having one or more webinars broadcast to your school, please complete the form below. We will select and contact you to schedule an Ashbrook Center webinar at an appropriate time for your schedule.

* 1. Would you like to participate in a webinar on this topic?

1. Revolution and Declaration of Independence
2. Constitutional Convention
3. Ratification
4. Sectionalism and Slavery
5. Civil War
6. Reconstruction and Civil Rights
7. The Gilded Age
8. Progressivism
9. The Great Depression and New Deal
10. World War, the Cold War, and Modern America

* 2. What is your first name?

* 3. What is your last name?

* 4. What is your e-mail address?

* 5. What is your phone number?

* 6. What is the name of your school?

* 7. In what class would you broadcast this webinar? (Select only one.)

* 8. What grade level is this class? (Select all that apply.)

Thank you for your interest in participating in an Ashbrook Center Student Webinar! We will review all applications and respond on a rolling basis.

The Ashbrook Center gratefully acknowledges that this program is made possible by a grant from The Hilda E. Bretzlaff Foundation.