Posted on October 1, 2014 in ATSC News
An Important Reminder for ATSC Members
Please remember to record your attendance on Kavi for each ATSC meeting that you attend. It’s important to note that logging onto a GoToMeeting session does not constitute recording your attendance. The attendance list on Kavi is the official record of attendance for a meeting.
Make sure to select “Record My Attendance” on the meeting page. The window within which you can record your attendance is from 15 minutes before the scheduled start until 15 minutes after the scheduled end of the meeting. If you are unable to record your attendance during this window, contact the group chair for assistance.
“Accurate attendance records are important for a number of reasons, not the least of which is that it determines voting eligibility at the Technology Group level, and in special cases at the Specialist Group level,” explains Jerry Whitaker, ATSC’s VP, standards development.
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