Following the success of the previously webcasted congresses; EAES is pleased to announce the webcast and video podcast of the 20th Congress of the European Association for Endoscopic Surgery that was held in Brussels, Belgium on June 20-23, 2012. This includes the coverage of the many different educational sessions as well as the consensus conference with interactive voting!
Once you have registered on line or signed in using the username and password which was sent to you, you will be able to browse the lectures just by clicking on LISTING OF PRESENTATIONS
In this webcast/vodcast you will be able to view full multimedia presentations (laser pointer movements of the speakers, PowerPoint animations, embedded video files and more...). For selected talks, the PowerPoint slides are available for download as well as the video podcast file. And thanks to the Search'n Build you can build a unique collection of slides with voiceover based on a simple keyword search: Click here to try it!
To access the presentation through the "TALKS on the GOTM" Webcast App for iPad/iPhone and now Android, please visit www.talksonthego.com or download it through the Apple App Store or Google Play store Android Smartphones & Tablets.
Alternatively, you may download directly by clicking on the following links:
o for iPad/iPhone: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/talks-on-the-go/id430504153
o for Android Smartphones & Tablets : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.multiwebcast
Please note, your Android device must have version 3.2 or up. For your information Samsung Galaxy II can now be upgraded to version 4.0 worldwide and Galaxy Note by the end of June, which will make them all compatible with the "TALKS on the GOTM" Webcast Application!
Once installed on your device, simply enter your username and password.
If you have any difficulties accessing the webcasted presentations or downloading the vodcast, please contact the Multiwebcast Support Team at firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to thank all speakers for their valuable support in making this webcast possible.
With kind regards,
Prof. Karl H. Fuchs