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when and where you want it!

Online learning offers a virtual learning environment that provides you with the same level of technical content and standard of learning as face-to-face courses, but is more sensitive to time and budget constraints.

Our online learning courses are an OnDemand format where self-paced course offerings provide further convenience for learners. You can access the individual courses, download handouts, view presentations, 24/7, directly from NAWCC’s website by simply accessing My NAWCC Online Courses after logging onto your member account.

Not a member of the NAWCC? Create a guest account here or join the NAWCC here to receive discounts on these courses and many other benefits.

Please be sure to review our Policies and Online Learning System Requirements before registering.

 

Policies

Access

Students access to the courses vary based on the length of the course.

1 hour course (6 weeks access)

2 hour course (8 weeks access)

 

Refunds

After registering for an Online Learning course students have immediate access to the entire course and materials. Once the student has accessed the materials they are not eligible for a refund. NO EXCEPTIONS.

Transfers

Online Learning courses may NOT be transferred from one to person to another. NO EXCEPTIONS. 

System Requirements

 

• Browsers: Internet Explorer 9 and above, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, or Google Chrome
• Browsers: allow pop-ups from NAWCC Online Learning System
• Adobe flash player: http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/  

See more at: http://nawcc.scholarlab.com/help/view/system-requirements#1

  

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Upcoming Webinars

 

The Beginning of the Self-Winding Wristwatch & Interesting Finds in the Museum Watch Collection in 2014 on Nov 16, 2014 7:00 PM EST register by clicking the link below:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/476895938385409025

Our Gallet guest curator of wristwatches, Adam Harris will discuss the “genesis” of the automatic wristwatch 1922 to 1940s. Adam will also present some of his research findings during his stay as a guest wristwatch curator, including important and updated NAWCC collection items descriptions, early patents and WWI photographs.


Past Webinars

 

October 27, 2014 The Beginning of the Wristwatch – What we have learned in 2 years by Gallet Guest Wristwatch Curator Adam Harris

This webinar will be a timeline walk through the beginning of the wristwatch, both in Europe and America. Adam Harris, our Gallet guest curator of wristwatches at the National Watch and Clock Museum will discuss the fascinating amount of discoveries we have learned in past two years. This webinar will truly bring you up to date with the beginning of the wristwatch in Europe and America. There will be lots of interesting period advertisements and images included in the discussion.

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September 28, 2014 Ephemeral Art – Here today and gone tomorrow by Pat Holloway


The program provides an overview of the evolution, distribution and imagery of 19th century advertising trade cards with a special focus on horology. These cards were an integral part of many Victorian homes, often appearing in prominently placed albums. The art work provides an interesting view of turn-of-the-century American life and industry. This program was presented at the 2014 NAWCC National Convention.

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Meet the Bulletin Author Webinar: August 17th, 2013

Stephen Nelson discusses his recent article in the July/August 2013 W&C Bulletin “A Tale of Two Clocks” on Vienna Regulators versus “Vienna-style” Regulators. 
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Meet the NAWCC Bulletin Author Webinar: June 1st, 2013
Gregory Gorton and the Seth Thomas Clock Company's Grand Office Calendar Clock.
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