EAA Features Webinars
In March, EAA launched a regular series of webinars as a new communications and learning service to members. (A webinar is a multimedia presentation transmitted live over the Internet and viewed on a computer.) The presenter can use slides, audio, and video as part of the presentation, while audience members can ask questions, chat, or be polled for their opinion.
Like the forums program at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, EAA’s webinar series will feature a range of speakers on a wide variety of aviation topics. The first presentation, Design and Development of the B-17, was held March 3 and hosted by Sean Elliott, EAA’s director of aircraft operations and a Flying Fortress pilot. Initial reaction to that inaugural presentation was positive.
Some of the topics to be discussed in future webinars include medical certification, homebuilding skills, the Spirit of St. Louis, as well as several AirVenture-focused webinars as we approach the fly-in.
EAA’s webinars are offered free of charge to EAA members, but space is limited to the first 1,000 registrants. To view the webinar, your computer (Mac or PC) must have audio speakers or headphones, and a broadband connection is recommended.
See the schedule of upcoming webinars and sign up at www.EAA.org/webinars.