Author, Specialist, Knowledge Videoconferences


ASK  videoconferences allow classes to participate in live, two-way video  and audio interviews with authors or specialists after students have  read a particular book or materials and developed questions following a  specific process  developed by U of M professor Dr. Raymond Kettel. More info can be found through our state’s educational videoconferencing organization called TWICE.


Important notes:

  • To register or for more information, please contact Lenawee ISD consultant Greg Marten at or 265-1694. Planning and co-teaching assistance for Lenawee educators is also available.
  • See the linked PDF for a list of ASK sessions for the 2015-2016 school year. Keep in mind that spaces are limited and secured on a first come, first served basis. 
  • LISD CEMAT has classroom sets of some of the books used for ASK videoconferences. Contact to reserve a set of books for your class to read before your scheduled videoconference.


More info about the ASK process and offerings can be found at the TWICE ASK webpage .