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Recruiting

Try various methods of recruiting participants for your course. Explore the means of giving continuing education credits to participants to make attendance attractive. You may send an email or hard copy invitation. Follow-up with phone calls to encourage commitment.

Another effective method is to attend faculty department meetings and new faculty orientations, briefly describe the course, invite participation, gain their email addresses, and provide them with a brief course brochure with contact information.

Sample Invitation for Course Participation