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mike.german's picture
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Webinars

The Webinars are an  excellent innovation not only under present circumastances but also to those of us some way from the hubs  where the normal meetings and talks take place.  I was disappointed to have missed a couple of them - Hubble and meeting replacement today.  Is there a way that memebers could be  advised of these Webinars by email for example please?

Mike German

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Webinars

Previous webinars are available on the BAA’s YouTube channel

https://m.youtube.com/user/britishastronomical

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Thanks for the link Bill.

Thanks for the link Bill.

It would still be nice to have a heads up of new meetings.

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Lists of webinars

Hi Mike,

The best way to keep appraised of upcoming webinars is to look at the bottom left of the BAA homepage, where the next 4 meetings/webinars are listed. There is also a full list of meetings and webinars on the BAA meetings/events page.

https://britastro.org/meetings

While the postponed meetings get in the way a bit, the webinars for the next 2 weeks are showing in the bottom left of the homepage.

The next few meetings/webinars are also usually listed in the monthly BAA newsletter. Though with the rapid changes of the past few weeks it has not been possible to know about all of the events sufficiently in advance to get them on to the newsletter, which is why we said to check the events page in the last newsletter.

Sending out bulk emails is a tricky topic. If we send too many we get complaints, and if we send too few we get different complaints, and we have to be careful to keep within data protection regulations.

Best wishes,

Andy