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View the Recorded WebEx Conference on the White Paper on CAS Education Strategy

01/03/2007 —

The CAS held a WebEx Conference on the White Paper on CAS Education Strategy on December 19, 2006.
Click the links below to (1.) view the archived conference or (2.) access the PowerPoint slides only.

  1. WebEx Conference on the White Paper on CAS Education Strategy
    Presenters:
    Tom Myers, CAS President
    Chris Carlson, CAS President-Elect
    To view this WebEx file, you will need to first download the WebEx Player.
    1. Download the appropriate executable file (atplay.exe). When prompted save it to your computer's desktop.
    2. Navigate to your computer's desktop and click on the "atplay" icon to install the program.
    3. Following successful installation, you may wish to delete the "atplay" icon from your desktkop by dragging it into your recycle bin.

    After downloading the WebEx Player, you will be able to view the file:
    1. Click here to access the WebEx Conference on the White Paper on CAS Education Strategy file.
    2. When you click the link, a dialog box will appear and ask you if you want to open or save the file. If this is your first time using the WebEx Player, you may be prompted to select the player. From the "open with" category, choose the "ATAUTHOR" (WebEx Player) program. There should be an icon of a blue and green ball next to it. In subsequent uses, files of this type will simply open in the WebEx Player.

    Note: Material in the prerecorded conference, such as the participant teleconference dial in number and questions asked through the platform chat feature, are no longer LIVE. You will not be able to dial the teleconference participant dial in number or use the chat feature to ask a question at this time.

  2. WebEx Conference on the White Paper on CAS Education Strategy PowerPoint Presentation
    Presenters:
    Tom Myers, CAS President
    Chris Carlson, CAS President-Elect

If you have questions regarding the WebEx Conferences, please contact Mike Boa at mboa@casact.org.

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