LINK TO THE ONLINE STREAM:
Live broadcast: 12 talks from Family Dog Project authors of the most recent canine studies.
19 November 2016 17:00-20:30 CET
(UTC: 4:00 PM; NYT: 11:00 AM; 8:00 AM PDT)
Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Pázmány Péter sétány. 1/c, Bolyai lecture hall. Attendance is free of charge.
Now that the 2nd worldwide free Seminar of the Family Dog Project is nearly here, we would like to inform everyone of how the live-stream event will work. This year we have decided to use the Facebook live application to live-stream the event. The stream will be located on our main Family Dog Project Facebook page.
So if you go to the page just before the event is due to start (Saturday 19th November 17:00 C.E.T), and periodically refresh your browser (if necessary), the video link will appear pinned to the top of the page.
If you do not have a Facebook account, then you can still view the livestream on our Family Dog Project Facebook page (even when you are not logged in to Facebook), but, you will not be able to make comments or ask questions on the Facebook page.
We would like to encourage you all to ask questions before, during and even after the seminar, so you can either:
- Before/after the seminar – leave a comment on the FB event page.
- During the seminar – leave a comment on the video livestream
For those of you that do not have Facebook accounts, you can either:
- Ask your questions on Twitter using the hashtag #FDPS2016
- Send an email to email@example.com
Guide for questions
To make things easier for us we suggest the following format for your questions:
First name of presenter – then question – at the end #FDPS2016
Anna K: Will we one day be able to replace the dog with a robot that acts like a dog? For people who are allergic to dog hair? #FDPS2016
We look forward to receiving all your questions, and will attempt to answer as many as possible before, during and after the event. If your question is not asked during the seminar, we will forward it to the author of the talk that the question is addressed to, and your question should be answered at some point in the future.
Only two days to go! See you Saturday!