Using a desktop or laptop? Launch the Desktop App ≫
Using an Apple iOS or Android mobile device? Download the Mobile App ≫
You will need to log in to the App using your registration badge ID number and last name. Your badge number is listed in your registration confirmation email, which was sent from the address NoReply@Convention-Mail.com.
If you are having trouble logging in, check the technology FAQs for step-by-step instructions.
We strongly recommend you build your schedule in the App before the meeting starts:
Five minutes before your chosen session starts:
The “Join Webinar” button for each session will not be visible until 5 minutes before the session starts. The session itself will only start broadcasting at the designated start time; if you click “Join Webinar” before the broadcast starts you will be placed in the Zoom waiting room until the designated start time.
Send your questions through the Zoom Q&A window to the session chair. If there is time, the chair will select questions to ask the presenter.
Workshop sessions may use the Zoom Chat function rather than the Q&A window.
If you think of a question after the session has ended, you can also leave your question as a comment within the Conference App. Find the listing for the talk of interest within the App and then scroll all the way to the bottom until you see the “Discussion” section. The author will be able to reply to your question directly in the App. You can also send direct messages on the mobile app; in the Attendee List, click on a speaker’s name and on the upper left hand corner is a “Chat” feature where you can send your direct message.
All oral presentations (plenary and platform sessions) will be available for registered attendees to view online until April 5, 2023. The recordings will be available via the Conference App around 24 hours after each session ends via the talk or session listing. The “View Recording” button will be visible in the same position as the “View Webinar” button was when the session was live.
Deaf Ear Scientists has created a list of different speech-to-text software options for desktop and mobile use.
When you register for the conference you agree to abide by the GSA Conferences Code of Conduct. Our Code of Conduct was established to communicate a transparent set of standards and guidelines for acceptable behavior at GSA Conferences and to provide a positive, safe, and welcoming environment for all attendees. All sessions will be moderated for disruptive behavior.
If you’re having trouble viewing talks, check out the technology FAQs.