Winter 2008 Arizona Climate Web-Briefing
10:00 am, January 25th, 2008
University of Arizona Cooperative Extension and the Climate Assessment for the Southwest will be hosting an online climate briefing for extension faculty, natural resource managers, and interested citizens on January 25th, 2008 at 10:00 am. MST. This meeting will consist of a climate briefing presentation followed by a question and answer period. Presentation topics will include:
What equipment to I need?
The meeting will be hosted online using the Breeze web communication software. This system integrates voice, chat, and video communications to facilitate online meetings and presentations. There are several pieces of equipment that you will need and to participate in the meeting. At a minimum you need a computer with a high-speed internet connection (DSL or cable internet will work fine), computer speakers, and a microphone if you wish to participate using the voice communication feature (you can also use a typing chat feature to ask questions or provide feedback).
What software do I need?
Your computer needs two pieces of free software to run the Breeze system: Macromedia Flash and Shockwave. They support streaming audio and video within your internet browser and are the main components to run Breeze on your local computer.
How do I attend and participate in the meeting?
The meeting will start at 10 a.m. on the 25th, but feel free to log-in to the meeting room early to test out the system and make sure your settings are correct. Check out this link to learn how to join a meeting and optimize web settings. We will be limiting the use of microphones to presenters only and will turn on microphones to individual participants if they want to ask questions using the voice feature. We are encouraging participants to ask questions and provide feedback using the chat feature.
To join the meeting on January 25th go to this link:
When you login to the meeting, please provide your full name and affiliation as a user name (example: Mike Crimmins, UofA Cooperative Extension)
Thanks for your interest and look forward to seeing you at the meeting online!
Contact Mike Crimmins with questions or comments
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