Apologies for the technical issues that prevented us from holding the Great Lakes Early Detection Network (GLEDN) Mapping Webcast on Tuesday as planned. We learned that the server at Purdue that runs Adobe Connect was down for about an hour, right at the time our webcast was scheduled. We should not have this same problem again, unless we have extraordinarily bad luck twice. Here’s to better luck next time.
We have rescheduled the webcast for April 2 at 11:00 Eastern/10:00 Central. The webcast will be recorded and posted on the MIPN website for those who are not able to listen in. I encourage you to attend the webcast if possible, though, because you will have the opportunity to ask questions about how to use GLEDN.
The meeting URL is below. Please contact Kate Howe if you have any questions.
Meeting Name: GLEDN Mapping Webcast
Summary: Mark Renz from the University of Wisconsin-Madison will provide an overview of how to use the Great Lakes Early Detection Network with special focus on using the Maps feature to view reports for your species or area of interest.
Invited By: Katherine M Howe (email@example.com)
When: 04/02/2013 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Time Zone: (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US and Canada)
To join the meeting: