AIHce On Demand Frequently Asked Questions

When will recordings be available?

Please allow 4-6 weeks for the recordings to be posted. You will receive an email once the recordings are available with access instructions.

Which sessions are recorded?

The majority of the education sessions are recorded. Individual speakers may decline to be recorded and these will be omitted.

Are the General Sessions included?

Unfortunately Ken Jennings and John Medina did not give us permission to record their presentations.

How do I access the recordings of the conference sessions?

You will access the recordings online through the Freestone platform. You will need to log in using your email address and password.

Are the conference recordings included with my registration?

Yes! AIHce On Demand is included with full registrations. One-Day, PDC only, Expo only, and Exhibitor Booth personnel registrations do not include On Demand.

How long will I have access?

You will have access through December 31, 2017.

Will I be able to download the recordings and save them?

The recordings are not downloadable, but can be viewed as many times as needed online.

Can I view a session more than once?

Yes.

Do the session recordings include video of the speakers?

 No, the recordings are audio synched to presentation slides.

How many recordings are included?

We record all sessions for which presenters have given permission. This covers the majority of the education sessions. Because all the permissions have not yet been received, a total is not available at this time.

Can I get credit for viewing the recordings?

Yes, you can earn credit for viewing the presentations. Instructions for this will be included in the notification email you receive when recordings are available.

Can I purchase once I get back home?

Select recordings will be made available for purchase later in the year. Check back with AIHA in the fall for more information.

Can I share the recordings with others?

AIHce On Demand is intended for personal use. Additional individuals cannot claim credit for viewing recordings registered under someone else’s name.