Martin Westin focuses on practical approaches to wicked problems. Baltic Urban Lab Webinar II takes place on Tuesday 17 January at 13:00–15:00 (EET) and 12:00–14:00 (CET).
Guidance on entering and participating Webinar II In case that the Adobe Connect (AC) software is not familiar to you, or you haven’t participated before in the Baltic Urban Lab Webinar, there are two attachments with more detailed guidance available:
1 | Baltic Urban Lab: Webinar 2 — Participant’s Guide: including a guide for entering the webinar and how to participate in the webinar.
2 Annex: Adobe Connect online meeting — Participant’s Guide, University of Turku: including more technical details and instructions about the AC software.
Timetable on Tuesday 17 January 2017 12:30–13:00 The AC online meeting room will be already open13:00–13:30 Check-in to AC online meeting room and opening of the webinar13:30–14:00 Presentation by Martin Westin / recorded, no breaks 14:00–15:00 Questions to the presenter & discussion / not recorded*
Note that the timetable is at EET.
Before webinar Test in advance how well your computer and your browser work with the AC. The test programme scans fast your devices, and if needed, installs and updates the non-fitting parts under your permission. https://webmeeting.utu.fi/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm You can test the software and entering to the AC online meeting room comfortably on Monday 16 January at 14:00–15:00 (EET). The Technical support is available during that time for your questions as well.
Note that mobile devices requires installing of the Adobe Connect for Mobile application, see for more details in the Annex.
Shortcut for entering into webinar The online meeting room address is https://webmeeting.utu.fi/balticurbanlab/
Copy it to the browser and sign in: Choose the Enter as a Guest, write your first and family name and click Enter Room. If you have problems to sign in, you can try another browser.
Organizer The webinar is part of the Baltic Urban Lab project and the organizing partner is the Brahea Centre at the University of Turku (FI).
In spite of all the guidance on participation, the AC software is basically very easy to use, and the webinar is rather informal. If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us: Baltic Urban Lab / Brahea Centre at the University of Turku .
Contact: Johanna Aaltonen, Brahea Centre at the University of Turku, Finland
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