Technical Support Information – Desktop Computers

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Using the Capital Reach Media Player

For each session, users may access sessions in two different versions of the media player. Some sessions also include video of the presenter.

  1. Slide video – video of the speaker's slide presentation is the default stream displayed in the player. This option displays all speaker mouse movements and videos included in presentations.
  2. Audio and slides – audio of the speaker's presentation is the default stream in the player. Static slide images and videos embedded in the slide presentations are synchronized to the audio stream.

Navigating the Presentation Webcast

The player offers several tools to navigate the presentation:

  1. Browse Slides – use the browse slides tab on the left hand side of the player to navigate to that point in the presentation by selecting the slide thumbnail image.

Player Tools

  1. "Show Info" Button – displays information about the speakers and presentations in the session.
  2. "Show Take Notes" Button– send notes while watching the session to any e-mail address.
  3. Playback Controls
    • Play/Pause button – select this button to play or pause the default media stream of the player.
    • Stop button – select this button to stop the default media stream of the player.
    • "Show Download Media Files" – select this button to download an audio-only file of the session.

Mobile Device Support

Presentation playback is supported on supported versions of Apple iOS devices (Apple iPad and iPhone) and Android devices with an enabled Internet connection. Users of these devices can stream sessions to their mobile device directly from the webcast navigation page. Users have the option to stream either slide presentation video or audio-only from the session. Please note that some advanced interactivity features of the desktop player may not be supported on the Apple iOS mobile devices. Users of non-streaming enabled mobile devices may use the podcast feed to download the session audio-only MP3 files to their mobile device.

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Understanding the Pathology, Progression, and Risks of Type 1 Diabetes
Hypoglycemia in T1D: Understanding Risks and Putting Prevention Strategies into Practice
Elizabeth E. Seaquist, MD
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
Disclosures: Eli Lilly (Advisor & Consultant & Research Grantee); Sanofi (Consultant); Zucara Therapeutics (Consultant); NovoNordisk (Sponsor of the International Hypogluceamia Study Group); 360 Marketing Services (Consultant); American Diabetes Association (Advisor); American Board of Internal Medicine Exam Committee (Advisor)
Elizabeth Seaquist is a Professor of Medicine and the Director of the Division of Diabetes and Endocrinology in the Department of Medicine at the University of Minnesota. She holds the Pennock Family Chair in Diabetes Research and is the Associate Director of the Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) at the University of Minnesota. As a clinical investigator, Dr. Seaquist is interested in hypoglycemia and the complications of diabetes. Her research focuses on the effect of diabetes on brain metabolism, structure, and function and aims to learn how the brain adapts to diabetes and recurrent hypoglycemia. She directs the University of Minnesota site for the GRADE (Glycemia Reduction Approaches for Diabetes: A Comparative Effectiveness) and REWIND (Researching Cardiovascular Events with a Weekly Incretin in Diabetes) studies and directed the University of Minnesota site for the ACCORD (Action to Control Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes) trial. Dr. Seaquist also has an active clinical practice and is board certified in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism. Her ultimate mission is to improve the lives of people with diabetes.
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Interactive features of this activity are not available with this slide video version on a mobile device.

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