Training Videos

2010 Speaker Series

Fall 2009 Speaker Series  (These are also available on the Arctic FASD RTC YouTube channel, which includes interactive transcripts for each video.)

Collaborative Conversations 2009

Video Format and Troubleshooting

 

2010-11 Speaker Series 

Preventing Alcohol-Exposed Pregnancies - Exploring the 'Will' and the 'Ways', presented by Marilyn Pierce-Bulger (April 20, 2011)
mms://wm.uaa.alaska.edu/emedia/fasd/Marilyn Pierce Bulger1_2011.wmv

*Due to technical difficulties, this video unfortunately begins about fifteen minutes into Ms. Pierce-Bulger's talk.

Everyday Thinking Skills - Sensory Processing, Learning, and FASDs, presented by Diana Stefen Steer (February 10, 2011)

mms://wm.uaa.alaska.edu/emedia/fasd/Diana Steer2_2011.wmv

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and Autism: What's the connection? presented by Michael Baldwin (November 11, 2010)

mms://wm.uaa.alaska.edu/emedia/fasd/Michael Baldwin_2011.wmv 

Working Effectively with Women Who Experience an FASD in Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse Treatment Programs, presented by Cheri Scott (October 14, 2010)
mms://wm.uaa.alaska.edu/emedia/fasd/Cheri Scott2011.wmv
 

2010 Spring Speaker Series

Screening and Diagnosis of FASDs, presented by Dr. Thomas Nighswander (April 22, 2010)
mms://wm.uaa.alaska.edu/emedia/fasd/Thomas Nighswander2011.wmv
Sensory Processing and FASDs, presented by Diana Steffen Steer (March 25, 2010)

mms://wm.uaa.alaska.edu/emedia/fasd/Diana Steer2_2011.wmv

She Drank Before She Knew, presented by Marilyn Pierce-Bulger (February 25, 2010)
mms://wm.uaa.alaska.edu/emedia/fasd/Marilyn Pierce Bulger_2011.wmv  
 
 
Collaborative Conversations: New Research and Clinical Perspectives on FASDs

Arctic FASD Regional Training Center: University of Alaska Anchorage, May 19, 2009

 
Video format and troubleshooting

Streaming video
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How to play a streamed video
To view a streamed video, you must have a player. The requirements are different for Windows and Mac users.

Windows
If you do not have Windows Media Player, follow this link: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/download/download.aspx

Macs
It is recommended that you download and install Flip4Mac so that your computer uses QuickTime Player. Go to this link: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/wmcomponents.mspx

What if I have a dial-up connection?
For those who have dial-up connections, you can view these but should do the following to have a good viewing experience:

Windows

  • Click on the video link to begin downloading of the video.
  • When Windows Media player appears, click the “Pause” button (two vertical lines) to stop the playing of the video. NOTE: The video will still download in the background.
  • Leave the computer, come back in 15 minutes and click the “Play” button to view the video.
  • If the video doesn’t play all the way through, click the "Pause" button again and come back in another 15 minutes to continue viewing.

Mac

  • Click on the video link to begin downloading the video.
  • When QuickTime player appears, it will show the progress of downloading the video, but will not play.
  • Leave the computer, come back in 15 minutes and click the “Play” button to view the video.
  • If the video doesn’t play all the way through, click the "Pause" button again and come back in another 15 minutes to continue viewing.