You are invited to a Zoom webinar.
When: May 4, 2021 11:00 AM London
Topic: TASLA Trial Zoom Lecture
Please click the link below to join the webinar:
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Guide to Watching Online Lectures
What is Zoom?
Zoom is a computer program which allows access to live sound and video.
What do I need to take part?
You will need a device such as a laptop, personal computer, tablet or smartphone, and an internet connection. The Zoom software will make your connection easy and fast. You can download this for free from their website. If your device does not have Zoom software you may be able to link via Google and selecting to join using browser.
How will I access the Lecture?
- TASLA will send out an email invitation with a link (It will begin with https://theartssociety.org.zoom.us ). The link will also be available from the website.
- Click on the link to open the Zoom lecture window and click on Join a Meeting or Launch Meeting. You may be asked to type in your name and email address. This will not be seen by anyone else or stored anywhere.
- Wait for the lecture to start. Patty will begin with an introduction.
- NOTES: The lectures will start at 11.00 but log in at least five minutes before to allow for any technical hiccups. (see Help Available). Make sure you have the volume control on your computer or headphones at the correct level to hear comfortably. In order to minimise disruption to the lecture, the meeting host (the person controlling the meeting)
will turn off the chat and mute the audio for those watching the lecture. You will not be able to see or talk to other people watching the lecture.
What help will be available?
Kevin Henaghan has experience with helping other Societies’ members with technical issues. A telephone number will be given for Kevin and members will be able to call him during the lecture and up to 15 minutes before. If the line is busy, Kevin will return your call.