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 My Agenda - Instructions 

Use My Agenda to prepare for the SRCLD Conference by planning which poster presentations you would like to visit during each of the poster breakout sessions.

Below are IMPORTANT instructions to help create and maintain your agenda:

  • Your agenda is stored in web browser "cookies". The use of cookies allows us to save your agenda without you logging in. However, since cookies are browser-specific it also means that you won't be able to see your saved agenda if you use a different computer or device. Our advice is to use a single computer/browser to create or update your agenda and then share it with other devices by using the Email to Myself button on the My Agenda page.
  • To create your agenda, go to Program -> Poster Presentations and use the Poster Session Filter to browse posters by session. While browsing you can add a poster to your agenda by clicking the and remove from your agenda by clicking the .
  • On the My Agenda page, use the Email to Myself button to email your agenda to any email address. This is a good way to make your agenda available on other devices or computers.
  • On the My Agenda page, use the Print Friendly button when you are ready to create a hard copy printout of your agenda.

Supported in part by: NIDCD and NICHD, NIH, R13 DC001677, Susan Ellis Weismer, Principal Investigator
University of Wisconsin-Madison - Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders