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Virtual Faculty Bootcamp Instructions

Virtual Faculty Bootcamp: November 14, 2017, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Instructions for Access

URL for Faculty Bootcamp Stream (Nov. 17)

Steps to Login & Enter Conference (On the day of the event)

1. Click on the URL (see above).

2. Enter the room using the guest option. ID & password are not required.


(Important: for "name", enter your first and last name and the name of your institution. Attendees who do not enter this information – i.e. enter an anonymous name – WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE THE EVENT and re-enter with an identifiable name and institution. If you’re registered as an individual and are not affiliated with an institution, you may enter your first and last name without an institution name. You can add other information, if you like, such as your title.)

How many places can I stream and other FAQs?

Please only steam this event to one location (i.e. one computer). You can invite your colleagues or anyone you like to watch this workshop. If you like you can project it for easier viewing.

Date/Time of Bootcamp

Reminder: the workshop starts on Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 9:00 a.m. Mountain Standard Time/ 10:00 Central/ 11:00 Eastern/ 8:00 Pacific. We recommend that you connect to the event a half-hour prior to the start time to ensure you have a good connection to the stream. The workshop ends at 1:00 although the last hour, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. will be question and answer, group discussion and lunch. It may or may not be conducive for a streaming environment.

View the Bootcamp agenda

Technical Support

If you run into problems accessing the webinar, contact Matt Siriouthay from V-CUBE via email at or by TEXT (not voice) at (952) 250-7698.

If you are not able to obtain help through the above contacts, you can also reach the conference coordinator by email at, by chat at or TEXT (not voice) at (720) 351-8668.



All our online events include real-time captioning. We are using Adobe Connect to stream the virtual confernece. The captioning will be transmitted through Adobe’s captioning pod. The video recording of the webcast will be posted with captioning following the event. (This usually takes a month to 6 weeks).

Screenreader Access

Adobe Connect is screenreader accessible, more or less, although access can sometimes be cumbersome. For those using screenreaders, we suggest consulting the following tips for accessing the Connect interface with a screenreader.

Captioning Pod & Stream – 2 choices for watching captioning

Captioning will be presented by default through the captioning pod that is part of the Adobe Connect Interface. Everyone will see this stream located below the PowerPoint/slides window. The caption pod window cannot be removed or resized.

Alternative Caption Stream

In case the caption pod crashes (this has happened rarely in the past), or if you would like to watch the captioning in a window you can resize, use the alternate captioning stream URL is below.

Testing your System

To ensure that your system is ready to access the webinar, connect to the following test site:

Watching the Webinar post-broadcast

The Virtual Conference sessions will be recorded and available with captioning (about 4 to 6 weeks) after the broadcast.