How to Join as an Attendee?
- All our sessions will be on Zoom. So please make sure Zoom is installed on your device. Click here to download Zoom.
- Please log in to our website using the email and password you initially registered with. Your name will be displayed on the top right side of the page if you are logged in. You may request a new password by clicking here if you do not remember it.
- You may join any of the sessions through the Program (Foyer). The button to join the session will appear in the Foyer right at the start time. It will look like this:
- The session start times in the Foyer will be adjusted to your local time, so please make sure the time on your computer is set correctly. If it is not set correctly you may not be able to join the sessions. You may find more information on how to correctly set your time here: Microsoft Windows, Apple MacOS
- Once joined into the session you may ask your questions through the Q&A function of Zoom. The session chairs will forward your questions to the presenters as time allows.
How to Join as a Presenter?
- Simple: the same was as an attendee. When you join the session we will promote you to be a presenter and you will be able to share your webcam, microphone and screen for presenting.
- As a presenter you will be able to join the sessions during the breaks in between the sessions. Please join early to help us get you set up for your presentation.
- You can simply share your screen to start your presentation when it's your turn to present. To learn more on how to share your screen on Zoom please click here.
- We recommend that you make your presentation on a Windows, Mac or a Linux computer. It may not be possible to fully present on a tablet or phone.
- You may join a Test Zoom Meeting by clicking here to test your audio and video connection as well as try out screen sharing. If you are experiencing technical issues please take a look at Zoom Troubleshooting tips.
- It is essential you have a fast and reliable internet connection. Here are some tips that may help:
- Try to be as close to your WiFi router as possible.
- Consider connecting using an ethernet cable instead of WiFi.
- If you are sharing your connection with someone else, ask them to not use it during your session.
- Please make sure you are in an isolated room with no noise and possible interruptions.
- Kindly mute yourself if you do not speak.