Are there other ARNNL teleconferences/webinars available online?
Yes! Check out ARNNL’s YouTube Channel to view all of the teleconference and webinar recordings available from ARNNL.
Can I get a certificate of attendance for viewing the archived teleconference/webinar?
No. Certificates are not available for viewing the archived sessions because they are considered independent (self-directed) learning. Members can obtain certificates of attendance for the live teleconference/webinar sessions if they register, attend the session, and complete the evaluation.
Can I count viewing the archived teleconference/webinar as part of my CCP learning hours?
Viewing archived teleconferences/webinars is considered independent learning. As such, it can be counted towards your self-directed (informal) learning hours.
What are the system requirements to watch an archived teleconference/webinar?
ARNNL’s archived sessions are played through YouTube and will play on any computer that can play YouTube videos. If the video does not play on your computer, please check YouTube’s System Requirements.
If the video plays, but you can't hear the sound, check if your speakers are plugged in and turned on, and make sure sound has not been muted on your computer.
How long will archived teleconferences/webinars be available?
Archived material will be available for at least 1 year after the original presentation date unless ARNNL determines otherwise (e.g., the material is no longer relevant).
My question is not on the list. Who do I contact for more information?
Please contact Jennifer Lynch at 709-753-6075 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.