My final seminar is scheduled for 15 December 2014. It will run simultaneously online and on campus. If you’d like to join us, here are all the details:
- When: 10am (Brisbane time) 15 December
- Where: On campus in S304 at Gardens Point campus or online in Adobe Connect (click the link to access the session)
If you are a participant attending the online session, please note: Your and your child/ren’s names have been changed throughout my thesis to preserve your anonymity. I won’t be using your names in my presentation either. I suggest you consider using a pseudonym to log in to the online session, just to add an extra layer of privacy. I’ve set the session up so that you should be prompted to enter only a name (which you can make up) and no email address.
How the seminar works
The seminar itself will run for about an hour. I’ll speak about the project for about 40 minutes, and then there will be some question time for about 20 minutes. The seminar is the interesting part that you might want to be there for 😉
- Adobe Connect runs on Flash, so set up should be minimal. Just check you have the latest version of Flash installed ahead of the session.
- There are apps for iPad and Android – if you want to use your tablet, please install one of these ahead of time.
- If you’re having problems, check the quick start guide. It’s a pretty intuitive piece of software that generally just works, so really no need to spend time reading the guide unless you’re having difficulties.
- I won’t have any technical support so if you experience any issues, I’m afraid I won’t be able to help. But the session will be recorded as a back up.
- Note you won’t be able to turn on your microphone or camera until I join the room and enable this for you, so don’t worry if it doesn’t work straight away. Camera and mic use is optional (and probably not needed really).
- You’ll be able to ask questions via chat or using your microphone, so don’t worry if you don’t have a microphone.
- I’ll give you a tour of Connect at the beginning of the session, so don’t worry about trying to figure it out in the interim.