FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Access to the conference website for both in-person and online participants, located at https://tdls.otan.us/Conference, is required. Please have your TDLS login information available (and call us at 916-228-2580 or email us at email@example.com if you are having trouble logging into the website).
If you plan on connecting to TDLS 2023 online, you will need to download and ensure you have the most up-to-date version of the Zoom video collaboration software, located at https://zoom.us/download External Link Icon opens in new window or tab.
Yes. For online participants, technical support is provided. Simply click on “Live Help” in the top blue banner and join the live help desk for assistance. (You will need your TDLS login information to join the help desk.)
For in-person participants, please come to Room 104 for assistance.
After signing in to the TDLS site, select the Schedule External Link Icon opens in new window or tab and browse the titles. After selecting a title, the Zoom meeting link for online participants will be listed with its presentation description.
(Note that the Zoom link for a session will not be live until 5 minutes before the official start of the session. Zoom sessions will start at the scheduled time.)
You can return to the session on the Schedule External Link Icon opens in new window or tab and click on the link that will appear to complete the session evaluation. There are also QR codes in the program that you can scan for session evaluations.
Before the Zoom session ends, the host will also put the link to the session evaluation in the Zoom chat for online participants.
For online presenters, join the Live Help Zoom room and work with the Host on any online presentation questions you have.
For all presenters, OTAN staff will schedule some practice sessions ahead of TDLS where you can ask questions and learn more about presenting either in-person, online, or in a hybrid session.