TWINC 2020 Virtual Conference

TWINC 2020 Virtual Conference

Your registration is your access to the program and the Zoom link to all sessions. Each session is attributed a ZOOM LINK, which you will be able to join by accessing the sessions. The links to Concurrent Sessions and Symposia (ABS) will be posted on the program below, and will be available to REGISTERED ATTENDEES ONLY. Please use the Access Code: Passwords which sent by TWINC 2020 Registration Office subjected: How to attend TWINC 2020 ONLINE
to login.

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Virtual Conference Instructions : How to attend TWINC 2020 ONLINE

For Plenary Keynotes, Main Sessions, Panel Sessions and Invited Symposia for live webcast, please proceed to the YouTube links which provided in the previous sent email subjected: How to attend TWINC 2020 ONLINE.

Click the Banners below to access to the Meeting Rooms:

TIPS for a Successful Meeting

Download and install the latest version of Zoom (5.0) prior to the meeting:

https://zoom.us/download

Identify Yourself

  • Add your Affiliation to your screen name
  • Mute your microphone when not speaking
  • Turn off webcam when not speaking or socializing

Communicate and Connect

  • Raise your Hand if you're having technical difficulties
  • Use the Chat function to ask a content question or to connect with your fellow attendees

Suggested System Requirements

Recommended Internet Capacity :

You should use a strong, wired broadband connection with a speed of at least 1.4 Mbps. If your connection is slower, you may still participate but load times may be longer than normal. Other helpful tips include:

- Connect to the internet using a network cable rather than using a wireless network.

- Disconnect from VPN or corporate networks (if possible).

- Close any unnecessary applications.

- Refrain from browsing the internet, streaming media and/or downloading large files during this time.

Internet Browser Suggestions :

Chrome or Firefox are the most stable and consistent browsers for accessing this virtual environment.

Note: Some government issued laptops have firewalls that may prevent the attendee from accessing the platform. When possible, personal computers or laptops should be used to avoid any issues.