What is an audiocast?
An audiocast is a telephone seminar you listen to on your computer instead of your telephone. It is an alternate delivery form you can chose when registering for a telephone seminar. It is the same seminar, but instead of listening to it on your phone, an audiostream of the seminar is delivered to your computer via the internet. Audiocast programs are classified as self-study CLE. Most audiocasts begin at 1 p.m. Eastern Time and last 60 minutes unless otherwise noted.
Will I be able to ask questions?
Yes, you will be given an email address to which you can send your questions.
How do I access course materials?
You can access/ download your course materials by clicking the “materials” button under the program title in your self-study CLE account.
How do I get CLE credit?
During the audiocast you will see four (4) unique Attendance Verification code letters, each consisting of a single letter that will appear on your computer screen at random intervals during the program. These code letters document your participation in this audiocast CLE program.
In order to receive CLE credit, you will need to log back in to your OSBA self-study CLE account. Select the audiocast title you heard and click on the tab marked "Certificate,” then click on the “Participation Codes” link and enter the four code letters in the order you received them. You will also need to complete the course evaluation by clicking on the “Evaluation” link in the Certificate window.