Nuclear Waste On-Line | February 2017 Webinar Series | Tuesdays @ noon

Nuclear Waste On-Line | 2017 Webinar Series
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Nuclear Waste On-line is a series of on-line presentations about nuclear waste in Canada.

This fifth annual webinar series uses on-line meetings to provide expert presentations and opportunities for discussion of topics of interest to members of the public concerned about the generation and proposed burial of highly radioactive nuclear fuel waste.
@ noon on February 7, 14, 21 & 28

For details please visit www.KnowNuclearWaste.ca or www.nuclearwaste.ca

HOW TO CONNECT WITH OUR WEBINARS

  • All workshop are being presented using an on-line system called Zoom.us; please note that this is a change in systems from the service used for the previous four years – we think you’ll find it even more “user-friendly”!
  • You have the choice of listening through your computer, or listening through your telephone; to listen in by telephone, call the number provided when you register
  • The presenters’ slides and some additional information will appear on your computer screen
  • You will be able to ask questions by using the “chat” function through your computer connection; if numbers allow you will also be able to ask questions over the phone or using your computer’s audio connection
  • If you have questions following the workshop, please send them by email or call us

SOME EXTRA TIPS FOR WEBINAR USERS

  • Watch this video to learn about joining a Zoom meeting.
  • To join by computer, click on the meeting link you will receive in the meeting invitation or confirmation of registration.
  • First time participants will be asked to install an application on their system; this takes less than one minute and consumes minimal space.
  • To join by telephone select a Canada or U.S. number in the meeting invitation or confirmation of registration

Know Nuclear Waste is a public interest information project. Led by Northwatch, the project is delivered in collaboration with concerned residents in communities being studied as possible burial sites for high level nuclear waste and with other public and expert organizations.
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