Webinar Live Information

Join our live webinar - May 21st, 2014

Please mark your calendar for Wednesday, May 21st at 7:00 p.m. CDT for our next live Grace Centers of Hope service-learning project webinar. Here is the start time in your area ... http://goo.gl/Zi5g4Z.  In this webinar, we will be reviewing the final deliverables and design prototypes submitted by the student teams during the pilot that ended May 3rd in preparation for our next round of service-learning projects. Note, as always, the live session will be recorded and posted on the project website at https://sites.google.com/site/oerforccr/webinars

Three options to connect to the webinar:

Connection Option 1 (Full webinar features):

  • For access to the full set of webinar features, first download and install the free software for your device at https://www.fuzebox.com/download
  • Connect to webinar using meeting URL:  http://fuze.me/24421171 (available only during scheduled webinar time)
  • If needed, the unique meeting number: 24421171

Connection Option 2 ("View and Hear Only" browser-based connection):

  • Connect to the webinar on your browser using meeting URL:  http://fuze.me/24421171
  • Note that the browser-based connection offers a reduced set of features, but does allow you to view and hear the speakers.

Connection Option 3  (Audio only via phone):

  • Toll #: +1 (201) 479-4595 (NOTE: Long distance and other fees may apply!)
  • Meeting number: 24421171

For additional information about Fuz Meeting and help with your webinar connection:

This webinar will be facilitated using Fuze Meeting. Much like Adobe Connect and other web conferencing applications, Fuze Meeting allows hosts and guests to have live online conversations. Attendees have two primary connection options:

  1. Free Software / App Download: In order to have access to the full set of webinar features, you must first download the free Fuze Meeting software or app to your computer, laptop, tablet, or smart phone. It is free software that only takes a few minutes to download and install. Follow this link to the software or app specific to your device: https://www.fuzebox.com/download
  2. Browser-based "View Only" Connection:  As an alternative "view and hear only" connection option with a reduced set of available features, you are able to view and hear the webinar, as well as to use the text-base chat to communicate with the host and other participants, from your Internet browser using the same unique website link that will be provided with each webinar invitation. However, access from the browser is more limited than from the available free software or mobile device app (see above paragraph). If you want to also have the ability to speak during the webinar, you have the option to (a) call on your phone to a Toll number provided with each invitation (LONG DISTANCE and other fees may apply depending on your location calling plan), or (b) download the software or app to your computer, laptop, tablet, or smart phone and access via the software / app (see below). 
  3. Attendee instructional material: While Fuze Meeting's interface is very user-friendly, every new tool has a bit of a learning curve, and you may have a few questions the first time you attend a Fuze Meeting. Here are additional attendee instructions if you are having trouble or would like more information: