Webinar Enrollment Confirmation and TechNotes
Thank you for enrolling in the Overcoming the 7 Deadly Obstacles to Dying in Peace webinar series.
Watch your email inbox for instructions for accessing each webinar. This first step in the process is not automated, so the interval could range from several days when weeks out from the session(s) to several hours when days out from the sessions.
Access to each session is a two-step process. First you’ll need to register (this is separate from having made your purchase). Registration enables automated email reminders (1 day and 1 hour before each session) and allows me to pose several questions to better understand the basic contours of you, my audience.
After you register, the webinar system will automatically send you a personal link with which to join the webinar session. If you’ve enrolled in multiple sessions you’ll need to repeat this process for each session, and you will receive separate links to join the separate sessions.
I look forward to sharing what I’ve learned about increasing our likelihood of dying in peace. If you have the time, perusing this site will help you get more from your participation.
TechNotes and Technical Requirements
The webinar software platform is AnyMeeting.
Visual and audio access via computers and select tablets and smartphones
Computer-based browser access requires Adobe Flash (free) to be installed on your computer (it probably already is, but if not it’s available at http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer).
Tablet access for visuals and listening is enabled for iPads and Android tablets. You will be prompted to download the free AnyMeeting tablet app. US enrollees may access audio via telephone (be sure to mute your tablet’s speaker).
Mobile phone access for visuals and listening requires an iPhone (Android is not yet supported). You will be prompted to download the free AnyMeeting smartphone app. US enrollees may access audio via phone but doing so will require a second phone.
US enrollees may access audio through computer speakers and computer mic (VoIP) or via telephone. International enrollees’ audio will come through computer speakers and require a computer mic or headset in order to speak to the session(s).
Q&A may occur via typed chat or by speaking; I’ll decide about enabling two-way audio conversation based on the number of participants (you’ll need a telephone connection or a computer mic in order to be heard speaking).
AnyMeetings’ email will include a link through which you may test your computer’s connectivity and learn if it’s sufficient for the webinar. Testing is fast and I recommend doing this prior to the webinar.
Your log-in URL is unique to you and to each webinar session
Each webinar session enrollment is separate. Each AnyMeeting login URL is unique to both you and each session. If you’ve enrolled in more than one session, be sure to use the correct log-in for each session. Do not share your login URL(s). Letting someone else log in using your URL(s) may impede or limit your access.
AnyMeeting displays ads on the far right side of a computer monitor (tablet and phone sessions are ad-free). The ads fade in and out slowly and I have found them unobtrusive. Ads are served by Google and neither AnyMeeting nor I have control over their content. Ad-blocking sofware may eliminate them. Computer users have the option of moving the browser window rightward to push the ad pane off-screen. (The ad-supported platform option helps me keep the prices low.)
Bart Windrum is a lay person, neither a medical provider nor a lawyer. Information presented in these webinars is based upon personal experience and inquiry. These webinars do not provide medical, legal, or financial advice. The webinars are not intended as a substitute for medical guidance from healthcare providers, legal guidance from attorneys, financial guidance from financial advisors. Bart Windrum and Axiom Action LLC are not responsible for any adverse effects or consequences resulting from the use of information presented as part of the webinar series or any ongoing discussion. By enrolling in any of the webinar sessions you agree to this disclaimer and its terms.