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The Virtual Symposium will be hosted on two platforms. Wednesday's general sessions will be offered via GoToWebinar, and Thursday's technology highlights will be available via Zoom.
All registered attendees will receive a pre-Symposium checklist to trouble-shoot any technology issues and an email each morning with the links to and any sign-in information for all sessions and discussion groups that day. Recordings of each session will be sent out post-Symposium.
Attendees can stay online all day (11:30am-5:00pm ET), or join only for the sessions most applicable to your event.
Daily Session links will also be available from the website on 1/25. At that time, you will find them here.
In addition to an expert panel of race organizers and an open Town Hall with Bob, Thursday is dedicated to 20-minute micro-sessions featuring the key technology pieces for 2021. 20+ micro-sessions will cover:
Timers who complete the half-day RaceJoy Certification course are eligible to offer RaceJoy to the races they work with. In order to attend the half-day session (1pm-5pm on Tuesday, January 19) must register for the option including RaceJoy Certification.
Certified Timers who offer RaceJoy oversee the administration of RaceJoy, including map building, timing configurations, adjustments, and coordinating efforts and support with race organizers and users.
What are the benefits of being certified?