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IDCC22 Whova Platform
The IDCC22 conference will take place virtually at https://IDCC22.events.whova.com
17th Edition to International Digital Curation Conference 2022 (IDCC22) will be using 'Whova', a virtual event platform that incorporates Zoom.
If you have registered for IDCC22 you can access the event at https://IDCC22.events.whova.com. You can log in using the email address you provided at registration, and the temporary password you received with your access email. If you do not have a Whova account you will need to 'sign up' and create one. You can reset your credentials at any time by clicking on 'forgot your password?' on the log in page.
Registration will be available throughout the conference at idcc22.eventbrite.co.uk.
A step-by-step quick guide on how to navigate in Whova
Please also check our list of FAQ
If you are a speaker or presenter, the process is as simple as logging in on Whova and using Zoom. Please refer to the dedicated 'Instructions for delegates' webpage.
Things to do when you first log in to Whova:
- Set up your profile.
- Add sessions to your schedule by clicking the Attend button. You can also add sessions to your calendar.
The Whova event platform works best using Chrome or Firefox browsers. Safari is typically the least stable for the most up-to-date content.
For the best audio and video experience, the most important thing is a strong internet connection. WiFi or a direct cable connection will both work as long as you have a strong signal.
The recommended internet speed is at least:
Download speed 2-10 mbps
Upload speed 3-5 mbps
Check your security settings on your computer to make sure Whova and Zoom are allowed to access your camera and microphone. You can also contact Whova support at email@example.com
Sessions will be carried out using Zoom so please ensure you have the application installed in advance.
The IDCC22 organising team will be available at the beginning of each session to help you start. If you experience any technical issues, contact the helpdesks by clicking on the ‘Community’ on the left-hand side menu of the Whova interface and select ‘Inform IDCC22 organizers about an issue ‘. Alternatively, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be constantly monitoring both channels.