How do ASDN Webinar Series Work?
Our webinar series are designed to bring you access to national level education experts online. As a participant, you will view the presentation on a computer, smart phone or tablet.
Can the audience ask questions?
You can absolutely ask questions during the live programs! You’ll also have the opportunity to submit questions once the program has started by sending a chat message directly to the presenter. Additionally, interactive polling questions woven through each program will give you an idea of what your peers and fellow program participants are thinking.
If you access the program through ASDN’s recorded webinar archive, you won’t be able to ask your own questions, but will have access to the questions and answers from the live broadcast.
Register online www.asdn.org.
2. Set up
Comprehensive instructions with dates, login links and resources will be e-mailed to you when you register. We use ZOOM to host all of our webinars.
3. Day of the Program
On the day of your scheduled webinar, click on the link provided. You will be directed to the webinar’s log-in page for verification. You will sign in and be able to view the presentation. You can also dial a toll-free number to be connected to the audio portion of the program if your internet connectivity is poor.
How Can Webinars Work for My District?
Webinars give you the opportunity to access excellent training and educational sessions for a minimal cost and time commitment. These programs are:
• Easy to access.
• Cost effective and convenient.
• Full of important, relevant information delivered by leading experts.
• Comprehensive, with interactive question-and-answer sessions, polling and handouts.
• Have a topic you’re interested in learning more about through a webinar? Send your recommendations to Doug Gray at email@example.com.
More Frequently Asked Questions
Who should attend a Webinar?
These programs will be of interest to school system leaders and classroom teachers. Individual program descriptions will describe the target audience.
Do you record the sessions?
Yes. ASDN does record the live session for on-demand viewing at a later date.
What if I can’t attend the live broadcast?
If your schedule doesn’t allow you to participate in a live broadcast, ASDN makes it convenient for you to get the education you need through its growing library of recorded webcasts that are available on-demand. Archives of each program will be available after the live events.
How do I register for credit?
Most of our webinar series offer the opportunity to participate in a one-credit (500-level) university class. More information about the credit requirements and credit registration are offered at the close of the first webinar.
Can the program get through my firewall?
Normally there are no firewall issues. However, some organizations have more restrictive firewalls in place than others. If you know you have a very restrictive firewall, check with your technical support staff first.
How do I log on to a Webinar for which I registered?
Comprehensive instructions will be e-mailed to you the day before the webinar. The e-mail will provide details and instructions.
Someone else registered me for the program and I don’t have the registration information. What should I do to be able to participate?
You will need the instructions email that will be sent to all registered participants the day before the Webinar. These instructions will be sent to the email address entered on the registration form.
I lost my instructions e-mail. What should I do?
Contact us at 364-3809 or firstname.lastname@example.org and request a new instructions e-mail.
How early should I log in to access the live program?
Make sure to log in about ten minutes before the scheduled start time to ensure that you don’t miss the beginning of the program.
Where do I get the program handouts?
The handouts will be available on the Webinar Resource Page. The link to this page is found in your registration confirmation email.
I registered for a program and was unable to attend at the last minute. Can I get a refund?
While we are unable to refund registration fees unless notified prior to the first webinar, you will have access to the webinar recordings and materials.