The webinars have covered a wide variety of horological topics, ranging from ephemera and time zones to a variety of watches and clocks programs.  These programs provide an opportunity to hear speakers from across the country, and the recorded presentations can be used at any time for individual or Chapter viewing. These programs are also offered through the library for borrowing in DVD format for those members/chapters who do not have access to the internet for streaming a presentation.

There is no charge for the webinars.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

Upcoming Webinars

DateWebinar TitleDescriptionEvent Code
9/17/2017Clockmaking in Zeeland MichiganIn the mid 1840’s settlers began moving into Western Michigan attracted by its largely untouched virgin forest. Many Netherland immigrants arrived by boat along the state's western shore, and founded a series of towns West of the current city of Grand Rapids and the area still maintains the Dutch heritage. Zeeland was one small town that was established that was named after the province of Zeeland, their former home in the Netherlands.WBSEP17

Past Webinars

Webinar Help
What is a "Webinar?" It's a lecture or exploratory presentation that is broadcast live over the world wide web, viewable over your computer. You can either stream the web broadcast live directly to your computer, or view the recorded version later on your own time-- it's your choice. The webinars have covered a wide variety of horological topics, ranging from ephemera and time zones to a variety of watches and clocks programs.  These programs provide an opportunity to hear speakers from across the country, and the recorded presentations can be used at any time for individual or Chapter viewing. These programs are also offered through the library for borrowing in DVD format for those members/chapters who do not have access to the internet for streaming a presentation.

There is no charge for the webinars.

Once you have registered, you will receive an email registration confirmation as well as a reminder notice the day of the program.  Each of these notices includes a link to join the presentation.  Even if you cannot view the presentation live, if you register for the webinar in advance, you will receive a follow-up email with a direct link to the recording so you don’t have to go searching on the website for the recording.

To view the presentation, your computer or mobile device must meet certain requirements and you must download the gotowebinar application onto your system. To view the system requirements please visit this link . You can either listen to the presentation through your computer speakers or call in using a landline (toll number).
Click on the links below for helpful hints and tips to access the webinars.

 

Attendee Quick Reference Guide

Accessing Webinars Using a Mobile Device

Audio Issues During a Webinar

Why Am I Having Trouble Attending a Webinar?

Common Problems When Accessing a Webinar

 

Presenter Information 

Webinar Tutorial for Presenters

Presentation Guidelines