NMC Live Web Events

About the NMC On the Horizon Webinar Series
The NMC On the Horizon webinar series reflects the research and work of the NMC Horizon Project in action. International panels of experts are convened across all education sectors to address the emerging technologies poised to significantly impact teaching and learning. These free events help the NMC Community connect with each other quickly and easily, and without the expense of travel.

How to Participate

View and Register for the On the Horizon Webinar that you would like to attend.

To participate in the event, all you need to do is to access the live broadcast hosted in a Google Hangout On Air.  Please note that the link for the On the Horizon webinar series will not be live until a few moments before the event begins at 12 pm CT.  Registered attendees will receive an email with the link prior to the webinar.

You will want to be on a computer with a decent Internet connection; no extra software is required. A headset is helpful if you have one, however you may ask questions through a Q&A box when you arrive in the Google Hangout On Air. If you see a question that you would like to see answered in the Q&A, then click +1 to move it up higher in the queue. Although we would like to answer all of your questions, our panel will most likely answer the top questions.

If you can’t make it to the live broadcast, we will have an archive recording available to all in the next couple of weeks – the link will be distributed through the registration email list.

If you do experience problems, please contact the NMC office by email or telephone (512-445-4200).

Archives of all sessions will be posted on the webpage for each webinar, as soon as possible.

> View the recent On the Horizon Webinars on the NMC YouTube Channel.

> View and download the past NMC Connect Sessions on iTunes U.

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