About Webinars

What is a Webinar?

‘Webinar’ is short for web-based seminar and is a presentation or workshop transmitted on the web. It is different than a webcast, in the ability to be interactive. Where a webcast is one way, the presenter presents and attendees view and listen, webinars are interactive. Presenters can conduct polls and ask questions and attendees can ask questions and have them answered in real time.

Problems Logging in, Seeing or Hearing During a Webinar

  • Call MeetingOne Support:  1-888-523-8445

Attending a Webinar as Part of a Group

If there is more than one person participating in a webinar at a single computer:

  • Make sure everyone is registered for this webinar.
  • Be sure all attendees in the group (including the person registered on the webinar site) complete the SPO webinar group attendance form, scan it in and send it to:  spo.training@hawaii.gov within 1 working day after the webinar.
  • The SPO webinar group attendance form will be on the SPO training schedule along with the handouts on the day of the webinar.