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Global Internet Governance: Research and Public Policy Challenges for the Next Decade

hosted by GigaNet and American University School of International Service

American University School of International Service,Abramson Family Founders Room, Terrace Level

Start: Thursday, 05 May 2011 09:00

End: Friday, 06 May 2011 17:00

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    The Center for Research on Collaboratories and Technology Enhanced Learning Communities (COTELCO) will enable remote participation in the GigaNet DC Workshop.  For those unable to travel to Washington, DC, we will utilize webconferencing technologies (Elluminate Live!) to allow remote participants to see the slides, video, and hear audio of the symposium presenters, and if time allows to ask requestions.  Remote participants will be able to hear, see, and participate in the discussion going on in DC.

    Participating in the Webconference

    To participate in the webconference, please go to the Program and Speakers page on the day of the meeting.  For each session, you will find links to attend the meeting. Once the link is active (one hour before the session starts), click on it. You will be prompted to enter a name (enter the name you would like displayed in the session) and an email address (you will be emailed the recording to the session afterwards).

    However, before the meeting, please review the following information to ensure you are ready to go.

    Minimum System Requirements on Supported Platforms

    In addition to below, all clients require:

    • 20 MB free disk space
    • Soundcard with speakers and microphone or headset
    • 28.8 Kbps Internet connection

    Windows Client

    • Windows 2000/XP/Vista
    • Pentium III 500 MHz processor
    • 256 MB RAM

    Mac Client

    • Mac OS X 10.2.8, 10.3.9 or 10.4
    • G3, G4, G5 or Intel Processor

    Solaris Client

    • Solaris 10 (SPARC only)
    • UltraSPARC IIc 300 MHz
    • 128 MB RAM

    Linux Client

    • Red Hat Linux (RHEL4), Novell SUSE 9 or 10
    • Pentium III 500 MHz processor
    • 256 MB RAM

    Getting Started: Preparing to Join an Elluminate Live! Webconference.

    Using Elluminate Live!®

    To help you have a great experience with Elluminate Live!®, we recommend you pre-configure your computer prior to the session. Please allow 5-10 minutes for the entire process. If you have previously installed and configured the required software, proceed straight to #3 - Joining an Elluminate Live!® session.

    1. Before you install the required software:

    • Ensure that your computer satisfies the minimum system requirements.
    • Ensure that your computer is connected to the Internet. A minimum 28.8 Kbps connection is needed.
    • Ensure that you have a microphone, speakers or headset to take full advantage of the audio capabilities during the session.

    Please visit the Java support check at http://www.elluminate.com/support. If you do not have Java installed please ensure that you have administrator access on your computer or can contact a system administrator who can install Java for you. Java can be installed by following the steps on the Java support check page

    2. Installing the required software (Macintosh computers running OSX 10.1 or higher may skip this step):

    There are three steps for installing Elluminate Live!®. Click here to go to the Support page, and follow the instructions in the First Time Users section.

    Step 1 - Complete your setup
    Click on the link to join the Configuration Room. This will test your connection and allow you to configure your audio.

    Step 2 - Learn more about Elluminate Live!®
    If you like, you can access several resources for first time users as well as further details about installation and answers to frequently asked questions from the Self Help Portal.

    3. Joining an Elluminate Live!® session:

    Once you have completed installing and configuring the required software, you can join the online session.

    Your meeting organizer may have provided you with a link for the meeting.  If so, click on that link to enter the meeting.  If not, please visit the Cotelco Events page, scroll down to the event you would like to attend. The name of the event will become an active link, one hour before it is scheduled to begin. When active, click on the link to join the meeting.

    Your browser will be redirected to a login page. Enter your preferred user name for the session (this name will be displayed during the meeting), and leave the password field blank (unless your meeting organizer has provided one to you, in that case enter it here). Click the Enter button.

    The java based Elluminate Live!® client will open and you will enter the session. You should see your user name in the Participants box.

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