LIVE Online Events
The Orange County Library System is proud to offer live online presentations on a wide range of subjects. Participate in training opportunities, author events, book discussions and more from the comfort of your computer. (If you have questions, we have answers. Please check the FAQs at the bottom of the page).
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
Got questions about LIVE Online Events? Here are answers to a few frequently asked questions:
How do I get to the LIVE Online Event?
When an event is scheduled, a link to the online seminar room and instructions will be provided either by email or posted on this page. [Back to Top]
What is the online seminar room?
The online seminar room provides a way for people to participate in a class or program in an online environment. The seminar room includes audio, text chat, and the ability for the instructor or presenter to demonstrate and share information in a variety of formats. You can sit back, watch, and listen to the presentation or interact with the instructor/presenter and other participants. [Back to Top]
What do I need in order to participate in a LIVE Online Event?
You will need an Internet connection, sound card, and speakers. If you have a microphone, you may be able to participate via audio as well. If you do not have a microphone, you can participate via text chat. You will also need Adobe Flash Player for your browser to participate in the event. [Back to Top]
Why am I being asked to install an Adobe Connect add-in?
The first time that you enter our online room, you will be asked to allow a special web conferencing add-in to be installed for your Flash Player. It is safe. [Back to Top]
How do I sign in to the room?
If there is no registration for an event, you will be able to login as a guest by entering your first and last name. If the event requires pre-registration, you will enter your email address in the "Login" field and enter a password that will be provided to you before the event. [Back to Top]
What does it mean when you say that this presentation is being recorded?
Each presentation is public record and may be posted on the OCLS website for people to view at a later date. [Back to Top]
More questions ?
If you have more questions, please e-mail us at email@example.com [Back to Top]