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Welcome to your online member community. Settle in and make yourself comfortable. Here, you can explore our network pages. Get to know one another. Contribute to the conversation. Share your expertise. Learn from others… and feel free to stay awhile.
AATE members may join as many networks as they would like at no additional charge.
AATE's 10 Networks offer the opportunity to focus on a particular sub-section for our field. Drama, education, and theatre specialists not only get to network within their areas of expertise, but also with other specialists for cross-collaboration. Joining a network allows AATE members to share best practices, resources and contacts within a particular focus area.
Although participation in networks is optional, members are encouraged to join one or more networks that address their needs, and investigate other networks that span several areas of interest. AATE Networks foster the exchange, development, and implementation of ideas throughout the year, providing professional development, advocacy, and other tools within and across the field of theatre and education.
Special Interest Groups are designed to provide forums for members from various networks with shared interests in particular topics to gather to share ideas, discuss contemporary issues, and identify strategies for collaboration to move the field forward. SIGs address topics that generally cut across Networks and would be of interest to members from a variety of different Networks.