What is the registration process like?

ASIS&T uses GoToMeeting for all of its webinars.  When you register at ASIS&T for a webinar, you’ll use a specific link to register at GoToMeeting.  Once ASIS&T approves your registration (and processes your payment if you’re not a member), GoToMeeting will email you an invitation with detailed instructions on how to access the webinar.

Are webinars free?

For ASIS&T members, yes,  all webinars are free.  Non-members typically pay $15-$25 per webinar. For more information, please contact webinars@asist.org.

Can I become a member and register for free?

Absolutely!  We love new members!  Once you become a member, you’ll be able to login to the ASIS&T website and click on the member link.

How long do webinars usually last?

Presentations are usually 45 – 50 minutes with a 10 – 15 minute Q&A session.

Can I ask questions?

Yes, you may type your questions anytime during the webinar.  The presenter(s) will answer the questions during the Q&A session after the presentation.

Can I use a PC, MAC, iPhone or Android device?

Yes, you can use a PC, MAC or any mobile device (GoToMeeting app download required).  Please review these system requirements before your webinar.

Will I have access to the webinar after it’s over?

Yes!  The webinar recording and presentation slides will be emailed to you within 1-2 business days after the live webinar and will be added to the webinar page on the ASIS&T website.  Once you’ve logged into the ASIS&T website, you’ll have access to all the webinars.

How to Host a Webinar

Do you want to host your own webinar?  Great!  Please fill out and submit this form and we’ll contact you.


    • Once we receive your submission, we will contact you regarding scheduling


    • Presentation times are scheduled between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm (EST/EDT), on normal business days (Monday-Friday);


    • Scheduling is on a first come first serve basis and is dependant on our availability, but we will do our best to accommodate your requested date and time;


    • 45-50 minute presentation with 10-15 minutes Q&A;


    • No proprietary information;


    • Emphasis on education, no sales pitches allowed;


    • Webinars are recorded and available for future viewing;


    • Webinar hosts must be available for a dry run 1-2 days prior to the presentation;


  • Webinar hosts must be available to call in from a landline phone in a quiet room at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the webinar.