IAMSE Audio Seminar Netiquette

* Net:
a common English abbreviation referring to the Internet

* Etiquette:
behavior that brings order to social or official life

IAMSE Webcast Audio Seminars are an excellent way to exchange information concerning many topics of interest and relevance to basic science educators. We ask that you review and adhere to the following guidelines for interaction using this mode of communication.

CONTRIBUTING

During the session, you can submit any questions you may have through the question pane in the GoToWebinar tab on your browser. We do encourage you to actively contribute to our seminars. Your comments and experiences relative to the subject being discussed provide an important contribution to the success of each session. We tell our students “There’s no such thing as a stupid question”, yet as faculty members often consider our own questions too simplistic or “dumb.” We encourage our students by reminding them that many others in the audience also want to know the answer, or felt the same way, but they were too reticent to speak. Such limited thinking has no place in these seminars, since the very foundation of IAMSE is based upon openness and sharing. In this organization, we all learn from each other.

For answers to your questions, please contact the IAMSE Admin Team as below.

IAMSE Admin Team
1404 1/2 Adams Ave
Huntington, WV 25704
USA

TEL: +1-304-522-1270
FAX: +1-304-523-9701

E-MAIL: support@iamse.org