HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN A LIVE LECTURE
On this page you will find when our monthly live lectures are held. Please log in 5-10 minutes prior to the scheduled live lecture. Logging in ahead of time will help to ensure that everything is running smoothly on both ends. Since we only have a short amount of time for such a large topic, every minute counts.
Here is an important reminder: we cannot give partial credit for courses. If you are more than 10 minutes late to the beginning of the course, we will be unable to give you a certificate at the end. You will still be able to take the course, but you will not be able to obtain a certificate.
This is our web-based live lecture, and even though it is less formal, the usual requests apply as though we were in the same room together. Make sure you are in a quiet place without interruptions. Keep your mic muted until you intend to speak to the class. We enjoy questions that pertain to the material presented and encourage thoughts and opinions of others to be shared. We request that all comments are kept professional. This online lecture should be an enjoyable experience for all.
Please make thoughtful, constructive comments that are relevant to the topic. It’s very easy to get sidetracked in this digital realm, and we anticipate there being at least a few tangents. however, please keep the conversation focused.
The point of alive lecture is to give those in the audience the opportunity to reach further into a topic being covered in the training. Participation is encouraged and welcomed. We’ll be going over the finer points of the topic, and asking questions/invoking conversation. There might come a time when a flurry of questions will be thrown at the moderator, but rest assured that all of your pertinent questions will be answered. There is a certain amount of course detail that we must go through, but questions and clarification are indeed important. However, if you have a question that does not get answered in the training course, then we can certainly take those questions and respond by email.
What to Bring
Make sure you have a pen and paper ready to take notes. Download the course materials and have those available to reference. If you have any difficulty downloading, please let us know.
At the end of the course, we would enjoy hearing from you. We ask that you complete the feedback form online and give us as detailed a response as you feel comfortable giving. We are here to bring you the best and most valuable experience we can, and this, in part, comes from receiving your feedback.