GENERAL INFORMATION

Thank you for attending ASLRRA’s first-ever Virtual Annual Convention, featuring a stunning lineup of speakers, panelists, and subject matter experts and delivering more than 40 total hours of rich content, insight, and industry-specific education! Missed the live event? Register to access recordings of all 26 Education Breakout Sessions along with four full days of general session presentations, keynotes, panel discussions, and industry award winner presentations and videos.

It was a jam-packed schedule – click through the website to view the Schedule of Events, General Sessions and Breakout Education Sessions, and the Exhibit Hall, or click below to access an At-A-Glance Schedule.

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LOGIN INFORMATION

User Credentials: enter the email address provided at the time of registration

Please check the system requirements below to ensure your device is up to date and compatible. Once you’re logged on, take a look around and get familiar with the site, watch recorded content, download presentations, check out the exhibitors, and give your brain a break with videos created by ASLRRA’s Young Professionals Committee and Board on the Brain Breaks, Photo Booth, and Happy Hour tabs. 

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TECH SUPPORT

The platform works best with a computer or tablet. Please test and check your system at least 15 minutes prior to the convention. This includes your battery life, network connection, and speakers or headphones. If you have any questions or problems, please contact Tech Support.


SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Windows Users
  • Microsoft Windows 8 or later
  • Microsoft Edge 12 or later, Firefox® 35.0 or later, or Google™ Chrome 9.0 or later
  • Broadband Internet connection (3Mbps or more; 5Mbps is recommended for optimum viewing)

Mac Users
  • Mac OS X 10.4.8 or later
  • Safari™ 3.2 or later, Firefox® 35.0 or later, or Google™ Chrome 9.0 or later
  • Broadband Internet connection (3Mbps or more; 5Mbps is recommended for optimum viewing)

Mobile Device or Tablet Users
  • Apple iOS version 11.0 or higher
  • Google Android version 4.1 (Jelly Bean) or higher
  • Broadband Internet connection with 3 Mbps downstream bandwidth (for best experience)

Linux Users
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 12 or later, openSUSE 15.1 or later, Ubuntu 16.04 or later, or Fedora Core 30 or later
  • Firefox® 35.0 or later, or Google™ Chrome 9.0 or later
  • Broadband Internet connection (3Mbps or more; 5Mbps is recommended for optimum viewing)


BROWSER PERMISSIONS

Edge Users
  • Open Microsoft Edge
  • Navigate to the website you want to manage
  • Click the Lock icon next to the website link in the address bar
  • Click the Site permissions option
  • Use the drop-down menus to allow or deny permissions (such as location, camera, microphone, notifications, Adobe Flash, etc.)
  • (Optional) Click the Reset permissions option
  • Click the Reset button to restore the default settings
  • Click the Refresh button on the site to apply the changes

Chrome Users
  • Open Chrome
  • At the top right, click More and then Settings
  • Under "Privacy and security," click Site settings
  • Click Camera or Microphone
  • Turn on or off Ask before accessing
  • Review your blocked and allowed sites
  • To remove an existing exception or permission: To the right of the site, click Delete
  • To allow a site that you already blocked: Under "Blocked," select the site's name and change the camera or microphone permission to "Allow"

Safari Users
  • In the Safari app on your Mac, use Websites preferences to customize how you browse individual websites. To change these preferences, choose Safari > Preferences, then click Websites
  • The settings you can customize (such as Reader and Content Blockers) are listed on the left
  • To apply a setting to a website on the right, first select the setting, then choose the option you want from the pop-menu next to the website

Firefox Users
  • Click the menu button and select Options
  • Click Privacy & Security from the left menu
  • Scroll down to the Permissions section
  • Click the Settings button for the Microphone/Camera option
  • Firefox displays the websites with saved Allow or Block permission
  • Use the Allow/Block selector to change permission for the website. You can remove the site by selecting it from the list and clicking the Remove Website
  • Select the Block new requests asking to access your microphone checkbox if you do not want to give any other sites access to your microphone
  • Click the Save Changes button