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EDUCAUSE Live!: Free, Hour-Long Interactive Webinars

Each webinar is delivered live using online audio and video/image presentation technology, allowing you to interact directly with the host and guests through your web browser.

Because enrollment in each live webinar is limited, register early. If a webinar you’re interested in is either filled or scheduled for an inconvenient time, you can access the webinar afterward in the EDUCAUSE Live! archives, where you'll find recordings of all past webinars.


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Frequently Asked Questions About EDUCAUSE Live! Webinars

How do I register?

You must register for each webinar individually and only after registration is open for the particular webinar. Spaces for each webinar are limited, so you should register as soon as you can commit to the scheduled time.

How does an EDUCAUSE Live! webinar work?

With webinar-specific variations, the host and guest will discuss the topic and respond to questions submitted by webinar participants through Adobe Connect. The format generally involves the guest doing an initial presentation using slides, online resources, resources shared from their desktop, and/or feedback from participant polls, and then engage in dialogue with the host and online participants.

What are the technical requirements?

In order to participate, you will need:

  • Internet: A high-speed wired Internet connection.
  • Audio: Computer speakers.
  • Backup audio: A landline, or a conference phone if you are participating as a team. If you have audio difficulties, visit the Audio Troubleshooting page.
  • Adobe Connect: Run this connection test. If you have problems completing the test or installing required software, visit the Adobe Support website, or call Adobe Connect Technical Support at 1-800-945-9120.

Please review the Technical Requirements page for additional operating system, browser, and software requirements.

If you have audio or video issues during the event, see our Adobe Connect Frequently Asked Questions page. If you need further assistance, please contact Technical Help in the EDUCAUSE Live! room.

Who leads the webinar?

Each EDUCAUSE Live! webinar is hosted by Marc Hoit, vice chancellor and CIO, North Carolina State University, or Suzanne Traxler, assistant vice chancellor of IT-CIO, University of Wisconsin-Platteville, and will feature one or more guests who are leaders in the profession with expertise in the topic at hand.

Can I attend on the go?

See the technical information page for all mobile device specs. Note: Some features and functionality may be lost while participating in EDUCAUSE Live! webinars in this format.

Are these webinars accessible to anyone?

EDUCAUSE strives to make its conferences and events accessible for all registrants. Please see the special needs section of the online registration form to request additional services as needed.

Registrants with hearing impairments may request captioning and/or transcripts. We’ve worked to provide resources that are accessible to as many people as possible, and if you encounter any issues while attending our events, please use the Contact Us section to request assistance.


Sign Up for Webinar Reminders

Sign up to be e-mailed about upcoming EDUCAUSE Live! events.

EDUCAUSE Live! Recordings

Find recordings of all EDUCAUSE Live! webinars in our archives. Hundreds are available to watch on demand.

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For Technical Issues

If you have audio or video issues during the event, please see our Adobe Connect Frequently Asked Questions page. If you need further assistance, please contact Technical Help in the EDUCAUSE Live! room.

For Registration Issues

If you are experiencing issues with an event website, or with registering for any event, please contact EDUCAUSE Member Services at:


Host a Campus Event

Use EDUCAUSE Live! webinars as the centerpiece of a collaborative event on your campus. You'll find everything from discussion questions to reflection guides at EDUCAUSE On Campus so you can build an event that enables you and your colleagues to dig deeper on this topic.