Attendee Access to Audio Proceedings from Multiple Events with One Login
With the Conference Passport, your attendees get full access to all your organization's meetings. Users granted access can stream audio proceedings, download PowerPoint slides, and take online quizzes in order to earn continuing education credits.
The Conference Passport is an online continuing education portal accessible from anywhere. Users can purchase stamps which give them access to individual events or they can subscribe to an annual subscription. It's a fun way to track progress and stay on top of new material.
Our unique stamping system is a great way to keep attendees up to date on your latest continuing education proceedings. Users access all your materials from every event through one central portal. When you upload new material from your meetings, past purchasers are reminded that there is new content.
Your organization's Conference Passport can be bundled with online Quizzes and Evaluations, so that you can keep track of user progress and administer continuing education credits. CadmiumCD is passionate about meeting education - that's why we got into this business.
Attendees can view proceedings from each event you've held with their unique access codes from each conference.
Users can search keywords with the option to filter both purchased and unpurchased sessions.
Attendees can purchase new stamps to unlock all your proceedings within the Conference Passport.
Take meeting education to a whole new level. The Conference Passport can be integrated with CadmiumCD's eventScribe event technology. That means attendees can take notes, receive automatic summaries, capture ideas, comment, and collaborate while viewing your proceedings. They'll experience every session as if they were sitting right in front of your conference's presenters.
Stamp a users' passport! They'll receive access to an entire meeting. More stamps means more content. Access codes from your events count as one stamp.
Some users only want that one presentation. Make it possible. They'll have access to any PDFs, PowerPoints, audio, or video files available.