Since March 2020, we have delivered a programme of over 50 talks, 90-min workshops, longer courses and mini-conferences…all online. These were presented by over 70 people from Australia, Asia, Canada, the USA and Europe.
Presenters included Barry O'Reilly, Diana Larsen, Prof. Mike Steger, Hugh Mackay AO, John Cutler, Nigel Dalton, Dr Elise Bialylew, Jeff Patton, Kazuyoshi Hisano, Norman Bodek, Dr Zach Mercurio and many more.
Free Members were able to join many of the live sessions, with many of the recordings being available in the free library for a limited time. You can view a Preview of the sessions and also join for free, to access what is in the Free Library. We also have a Slack group that has over 2000 members. Come and find your people.
If you're not at least a free member of the LAST Club, you're missing out!
Full Members were those who chose to go more in-depth for one or both of the "seasons" of the LAST Club. Some joining as a replacement for cancelled, 2020 in-person conferences.
By paying a modest fee, they gained unfettered access to all of the available recordings (including workshops and mini-conferences not available to free members), and free or discounted access to 90-min workshops and mini-conferences. They also accessed special community features and founding members of Season 1 received an exclusive Challenge Coin. They also kept the spirit of LAST alive.
If you ever came to one of our in-person conferences…LAST Conference, 1st Conference, or Spark the Change Conference, becoming a Full Member is for you.
We will also soon have Group memberships available.
Stand by for David Veech, live from Ohio for a LAST Club session, at the end of May.
Some scenes from March's Unconference. It was a lot of fun! There was cake, discussions, Lego and the pub. We hope to see you at the next one on Sat 15 May.
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