Live and recorded online presentations by the NC State Apiculture Program.
These webinars are run through the online software system Collaborate, brought to you free of charge through the NC Cooperative Extension Service and DELTA. Anyone is able to participate either as an individual or as a group. Local chapters are particularly encouraged to participate as a group by logging on and projecting the live session. For details, see your local NC County Extension Office.
What beekeepers should know about viruses and their effects on colony health
(Hosted by Rockingham County Beekeepers Association)
The importance of bees as pollinators
(Hosted by Sampson County Beekeepers Association)
Impromptu Q&A session
(Hosted by Hoke County Beekeepers Association)
Research update of the NC State Apiculture Program
(Hosted by Haywood County Beekeepers Association)
Making summer splits that can overwinter
(Hosted by Montgomery County Beekeepers Association)
Coming out of winter
(Hosted by Mecklenburg County Beekeepers Association)
How to manage varroa mites
(Hosted by Rowan County Beekeepers Association)
|[now posted on the BEES network]|
If this is the first time you will be using Blackboard Collaborate Web Conferencing, you may be prompted to download some software which may take anywhere from 2 to 20 minutes depending upon your Internet connection speed. You can pre-configure your system with the required software by going to the support page located at: http://support.blackboardcollaborate.com/
Please make sure your computer has a microphone and speakers to be able to
talk and hear while you are in the Blackboard Collaborate Web Conference session.
Please make sure your computer has a microphone and speakers to be able to talk and hear while you are in the session. Ideally, use a headset (microphone with wearable speakers) or use earbuds rather than external speakers to avoid audio feedback when your mic is activated. If viewing as a group, log on with one computer (using the chapter name for identification), project the session on a screen with an LCD projector, and use external speakers so that the entire audence can hear (in doing so, please be sure to have the microphone muted unless asking a question to avoid feedback).