Adobe Connect Venue Test Meeting 05-14-2012

We’re meeting at 9PM Eastern Time / 6PM Pacific Time for the educational gathering.  This is the same time as our regular meetings.  (10AM Tuesday for those in Japan)

This time, depending on your location in the world, is below.

Join eNAP Monday, May 14, 2012 for our eNAP educational gathering via Adobe Connect.

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  • type in your Name
  • click the Enter Room button

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Participants need a computer with high-speed internet access and speakers  to participate.

I recommend that we operate under the “Special Rules of Order for Electronic Meetings” of the NAP Board, with the following modifications:

1.      All attendees are full “members” for the meeting with voice and vote, and are encouraged to participate

2.      Sections 9.2.03 B and 9.2.07 of the rules are modified to allow those who wish to do so to use the “Everyone Chat” window as their primary means of communication (when they have been appropriately recognized by the chair or are otherwise entitled by the rules to speak) rather than employing the use of a microphone.

That way, having a working microphone is not absolutely necessary. If participants with to use them, however, they are strongly encouraged to check them out by running the “audio setup wizard” which is an option when they click on the word “Meeting” at the top left of the screen in the meeting room.

Josh Martin, PRP, has agreed to chair a “mock” meeting as the content of the gathering – which will be a monthly business meeting of the East Tahiti Unit of NAP. The meeting agenda is below. Note that several of us have “reports” to make (which are ours to make up). The Special Committee on Technology will be recommending the purchase of a computer and projector (which should give a meeting room full of parliamentarians plenty to work with!). Note that I am suggesting we end the meeting with informal consideration of the Special Rules of Order – simply as a way to let participants reflect on how it went, and what they might want to do differently or improve.


                     May 14, 2012 Unit Meeting

1)         Reading and Approval of Minutes

            Minutes of April 14, 2012 meeting (distributed via e-mail)

2)         Reports of Officers, Boards, and Standing Committees

            Treasurer's Report - Evan Lemoine

            Education Committee - Paul McClintock

3)         Reports of Special Committees

            Special Committee on Technology - Greg Goodwiller

4)         Special Orders

5)         Unfinished Business and General Orders

6)         New Business

            Informal Consideration of the Special Rules of Order