Tuesday 9 December 2008

Join the live Wiziq session on 3 mobile cases in low resource settings with discussion

This Friday 12 December 2008 at 4:00 PM (GMT + 1) I will be giving a presentation in collaboration with the International Training Centre (ITC) in Turin, Italy.

This virtual classroom session
is part of the Lifelong eLearning session that the International Training Centre of Turin, Italy organises. The session will focus on three mobile cases that were developed (or are in development) at the Institute of Tropical Medicine (ITM) in Antwerp, Belgium.

I will try to keep the presentation of the cases to a minimum of 15 - 20 minutes, allowing the international participants to ask questions and thus all of us can collaborate in this session of 60 minutes.
If possible, please use a head-set with microphone. This will enable us all to enhance interactivity and collaboration.

Joining this session is free, but you need to follow a couple of steps:
Do these steps before the start of the session (that way you can make sure you can follow without a problem).

  • First you need to 'join for free', by clicking that button on the WiZiQ website ;
  • After joining you will receive a mail in which the confirmation code is send (it is send immediately, so if you do not see it pop-up immediately, look at your junk-mail folder):
  • login to the wiziq site using your Wiziq username and password;
  • click on the link session below to enter the session;
  • after checking your audio/video settings, accept the settings;
  • log-in to the session a couple of minutes in advance. This will allow you to check your microphone and headset.
Looking forward to seeing you!

Session link: http://www.wiziq.com/tutorsession/detail.aspx?id=A701A7F1799B4722ADE616015D0747FB

You can also use this embedded code, but you need to register with Wiziq just the same:


  1. Hi Ignatia:

    It is interesting that you are using WiZiQ Embed.

    It would be interesting to know your experience of using the same. I will try and attend the same using embed too. You should also try and do a public session.


    Vikrama Dhiman

  2. @Mark hi Mark,
    If you mean by embedded the complete window embedding, you can find it in a previous post here .

    There is no embed option like the youTube one where you can just openly access the presentation in the free version of WiZiQ.

    @vik_di: I will try a public session once.