Transcript of "RDA Toolkit Virtual User Group - Meeting #2"
Virtual User Group Discussion Presented by Troy Linker Publisher, ALA Digital Reference American Library Association
Online DiscussionWelcome to our second virtual user group meeting.Our goal is for this to be an interactive bidirectional discussion vs. a unidirectional presentation.Your participation is vital to achieving this goal.
Attendee Panel • Connect to Audio • IM a Question • Raise Your Hand A PDF of GoToWebinar’s Quick Reference Guide is available at www.rdatoolkit.org/virtualusergroup
Audio Using Telephone• During a session, select Use Telephone in the Audio pane of your Control Panel.• Dial the conference call number provided.• Enter the access code followed by the # key.• Enter the Audio PIN followed by the # key
Audio Using Computer• Select "Mic & Speakers" in the Audio pane of your Control Panel.• Click Test. – Select a microphone (headsets with a mic work best) from the drop-down – Select speakers from the drop-down – Meters will light up green when working properly
Raise Your HandTo speak during the presentation• Click the button labeled “Raise your hand“ found at the bottom of the attendee panel to be added to the queue.• When it is your turn the moderator will turn on your audio and let you know you have the floor.
Session Agenda• Demo of Recent Enhancements (10 minutes) – Jan Release – Feb Release• Discussion of Planned Developments (35 minutes)• Schedule of Updates and Releases (5 minutes)• Comments and Questions (5 minutes A PDF of the full agenda at www.rdatoolkit.org/virtualusergroup
Comments and QuestionsWith the time we have left we will open up the discussion to your comments and questions about RDA Toolkit development
Thank You!We hope you have found this virtual user group meeting useful. About an hour after the meeting you will receive an email with a link to a short online survey.The survey results will be displayed online at www.rdatoolkit.org/virtualusergroupWe appreciate any feedback you can give us!
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