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How to participate  @ CHEETAH WEBINARs?

First step -- > registation
If you want to attend our free webinars  you have to create you account by registering in our CHEETAH KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE Platform as first!
  1. The event host will process your request and will provide more information via email.
  2. Quick registration is offered all who already registered  to the platform and they have got their credentials to access.
  3. Registered users can also have access to videos and others restricted web areas.


For more technical details see specific section 


How to access to the webinar rooms?
CHEETAH WEBINAR event takes place by connecting  via Adobe Connect to a  virtual room. We utilize two virtual rooms:
  • CHEETAH WEBINAR room: for events with less than 150:
  • CHEETAH PLENARY room: for events up to 300 participants or more (CHEETAH PLENARY room)

Please access by using a:

  • Uniform Resource Locator (URL) -- > web address
  • room passcode  --> an alphanumeric code / password  to access

that you can find in your email confirmations/reminders. If you are already registered in  CHEETAH KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE PLATFORM  your will also find this information in the event web page. Another good reason to register.

(see  Technical info section for extra details )
How can audience interact with the speaker(s)?
  1. Speakers comment their slides displayed in high resolution directly on your screen.
  2. Webcams and microphones allow the  simultaneous view  of the speakers, event chair and local audience.
  3. Local participants interacts with  speakers  and other participants as usual. On line participants interactively join the discussion during question time via "live chat".
  4. On specific  request,   questions can be proposed to the speaker and event chair via microphone/web cam, also fron on-line participants, particuarly when they need of a more tight interaction with the speaker(s) and other on site / on line participants.
see flow 

Tips /golden rules to ask your question or propose your comments by chat

Go ahead of time  in preparing your question/comment

  1. Write text directly in the chat only for very simple question
  2. Prepare your questions & comments in a text file or word document
  3. Check what you written, correct typos and other mistakes before submitting your question
  4. Indicate any information useful to identify the speaker, when more that one participated to the webinar and the part of the lecture you are   referring to (slide number, title of the slide, etc…).