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15 August 2012

First of a series of FMO3/TMAU webinars


First of a series of TMAU/FMO3 webinars 
Sunday, August 19th 6pm GMT
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The (TMAU/FMO3) ‘People’s webinar’ 
The first webinar will have a guest speaker from members of the TMAU community, along with Rob from EURORDIS who is hosting the webinar.
Each guest will speak for about 10-15 mins then will be open to questions from the viewers. The guests for this first webinar are :
Robert Pleticha : Online Communities Manager at EURORDIS describes the International TMAU Community on RareConnect
Karen : Popular community member and UK campaigner on metabolic malodors will provide a talk : “Is it possible to use the media effectively in odour sufferers' struggle for human rights”
Notes about the webinars : 
The webinars will be recorded and archived for viewing at anytime.  
The platform for the webinars is Adobe Connect. This means you need flashplayer installed, which is very likely already done if you can view YouTube videos. All slides will be viewable in the webinar meeting room and all audio will be from the computer. Meaning you need speakers or headphones working properly to hear the presenters. If you would like to ask a question or make a comment, you may do so by your computer’s microphone or through a text chat box.
To test your computers settings before the webinar, visit: http://helpx.adobe.com/adobe-connect/kb/connection-test-connect-meeting.html
Note : The capacity of the webinar system is limited to 50 attendees. Please enter the webinar room early to ensure your space.  

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