Attending a Lightbulb Moment webinar

Thanks for signing up for a free Lightbulb Moment webinar, we look forward to welcoming you to the live session.

We use Adobe Connect and it’s a great idea to test your connection before attending. Just click here to check your computer is all ready to go.

We have also set up an Adobe Connect ‘room’ for you to test you can actually join one. There’s no one there, but a slide and a few notes. What you can do is test that you can get it. Just click here to see if you can join.

Audio

Listen to the Lightbulb Moment webinars with a headset and mic over VOIPTo be able to listen in our webinars, we use VoIP (Voice over IP) which means the sound goes through the computer. We don’t use telephones at all and there is no dial in number available.

This means you’ll be listening through your computer headset or speakers. Please make sure you won’t disturb your colleagues and you have a headset ready to go.

If you are attending one of our learning programmes you’ll be speaking during the session too. We recommend a headset with a microphone rather than the computer speakers and microphone. It’s better quality sound.

How to join

You’ll be sent an email with a link 30 minutes before the event. Just login with the username and password from when you registered.

You’ll see the screen below, where you select Enter as a Guest

Please put in the name you’d like us to see when you type in the chat window and appear in the attendees list.

If you are on Twitter, you could add your Twitter handle too, so people can connect and network with you.

Jo set’s hers up like this: Jo Cook @LightbulbJo

You can follow our webinars on Twitter with #LightbulbWebinar

Communicating in the webinar

Once in the webinar there will be a chat room to type your comments and questions, for Jo, any event speakers and also each other.

Recording

All the Lightbulb Moment free webinars are recorded and they are listed on the resources page.

We hope you enjoy!

A funny introduction…

Our friends Ady Howes and Mike Collins have put together this funny 1940s style video as an introduction to webinars and the virtual classroom experience: