09 Sep 2021

Can’t join our Online Courses live? Now watch whenever you want!

Thanks to your survey responses, we’ve made some changes to our online courses

The whole range of online courses and lectures we’ve run over the past year seem to have been a terrific success, almost 100% of those attending told us that they would recommend them to others! This autumn and winter, we have even more for you to sign up to and don’t forget that members of the EES get an exclusive 50% discount!

But our recent survey of members and supporters taught us there’s no right time for everyone to attend a live session, especially as we grow our worldwide membership.  So, from now on, most of our live courses will be recorded and you can watch them at any time of the day or night.


Our 2021 summer course, 'Top Twenty Towns and Cities of Egypt', was provided as a recording on YouTube for those unable to attend the live sessions

We’re also trialling a new online social space (Slack) where you can chat with other course attendees, share resources, and socialise outside of the live classes. 

We hope that as many of you as possible will still join us live, because that way you can comment, ask questions and interact with our expert lecturers.  But, if that’s not convenient for you, you’ll be able to see and hear it all whenever you choose over the following month.  And of course, you can always mix and match – attend live when you can, but catch up later if you can’t.


Sign up to attend "The Worst Job in Ancient Egypt?" - a reappraisal of the Satire of the Trades with Dr Sarah Doherty this November and you will also receive links to recordings and access to our new social space on Slack. 

Thanks for all your feedback. We’re continuing to listen so keep your comments coming in. 

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