Learning Network – Frequently Asked Questions
Do Learning Network webinars count toward Continuing Education Units?
Each state has different requirements for Continuing Education and recertification points. Check with your district on the policy that is specific to your state. The Learning Network simply provides options and another way for subscribers to receive CEUs.
How do I find archived webinars?
Archived webinars can be found under the Media Player tab once you have logged in to the Learning Network. Archived webinars will be saved under the correct Interest area “channel.”
Where to do go to get the Certificate of Completion for the webinar I attended?
After you view the webinar, look under the “courses” tab for a drop-down screen that says “My History.” The webinar you participated in will be there with a print button for the certificate. You can print the certificate of completion right from there.
Can you receive a certificate of completion after viewing archived webinars?
We are currently in the process of setting up the site to issue certificate of attendance after viewing archived webinars. After the teacher watches the archived webinar, they will be asked to answer 3 multiple choice questions. Once answering the questions, they will be allowed to print out the certificate. This will be live within the next couple of weeks.
When are the webinars held?
Webinars are held once a week on the Learning Network. They will be always be held at 7p.m. Eastern Time.
What equipment do I need to participate in a Learning Network webinar?
Basic Equipment Needed:
- Computer with Internet access
- Headphones with microphone (optional)
You will be joining using a VoIP connection (no telephone connection; you simply use the audio on your computer). You will need, at minimum, speakers attached to your computer or built in speakers. If you would like to speak during a webinar, you will need to make sure you have a headset and microphone attached to your computer, any brand will do.
If you have a microphone and would like to speak, please select your name and click the “Ask for Mic” button. The presenter/host will grant you permission.
If you do NOT have a microphone and would like to ask a question, please use the Chat box on the right-hand side of your screen.
Is this opportunity available to non-members?
If you are not a NAfME member, you can access webinars as a nonmember but will not receive the NAfME 20% discount. There are many other benefits for the music educator when becoming a member of NAfME. Please visit the Membership Tour for an overview, and consider joining more than 75,000 active, retired, and preservice NAfME members who represent all levels of teaching.
How long does a subscription last?
A subscription expires a year from the date of purchase.
What is SoundTree?
SoundTree specializes in turnkey learning systems for education integrating electronic music instruments, audio components, video production tools, computers and software; SoundTree provides advice, planning, sales, complete installation services, staff training, and after-purchase support.
SoundTree is the Educational Division of Korg USA.
How do I get started?
To subscribe to the Learning Network please visit institute.soundtree.com/nafme and use the promo code “NAFMEPD” to receive your 20% discount.