We are pleased to offer the option of web streaming for individuals who are unable to attend the Symposium in person. The keynote presentations and all concurrent sessions will be live-streamed for online participants to view.
In addition, video recordings of the concurrent sessions will be archived and available to watch until Sunday, April 20, 2014. This also provides a unique opportunity for onsite participants to view the sessions they were unable to attend during the Symposium. The sessions will be presented or interpreted in American Sign Language or English. Additionally, each session will have English captioning.
Individuals who register as a streaming participant will be emailed instructions for accessing the sessions prior to the Symposium. Onsite participants will also receive the video links for the Symposium.
Streaming participants who wish to earn RID CEUs for the sessions are required to complete online pre-assessments and post-assessments for each session they view. The online assessments are also required for participants who seek completion certificates or proof of attendance.
Frequently Asked Questions
1) What are the system and browser requirements needed to view the video/audio stream?
System and browser requirements to view Gallaudet webcasts can be found at: http://webcast.gallaudet.edu/faq.asp 2) Will streamed sessions be captioned into English?
Yes. Each session link will have an option to view English language captioning that are provided for spoken English presentations and interpretations. 3) Can I pay to view individual sessions via online streaming?
Unfortunately, no. Participants are charged a flat fee for live streaming of the entire Symposium. 4) Am I required to watch the streamed sessions live or can I watch them anytime?
You may watch any of the sessions online for up to three weeks following the Symposium. You may watch the sessions as many times as you like during this time. (Note: For those requesting CEUs, you may earn CEUs only once for each session).