For all those who have registered for the Postal History Symposium, NOW it’s time to register for the specific sessions you wish to attend. If you haven’t already registered for the Symposium itself, just visit the Symposium Registration page. Registration for the Symposium is free and you do not have to be an APS member in order to register or attend the Symposium. Just follow the instructions on the Symposium Registration page or read all about how to do so here.
Once you are a Symposium registrant, in order to reserve your attendance for a particular session or sessions at the Postal History Symposium and to receive email reminders for your chosen sessions, after logging into the APS website, go to the “Schedule of Presentations” section on the Symposium Registration page. Once there, open the session you wish to attend by clicking on the “More Details” link.
Once the More Details section is open, scroll to the bottom of it and click the blue “Webinar Registration” button.
You will then be taken to the Webinar Registration page for that particular Symposium session. Fill out the information required to register (name and email) and then click on the blue "Register" button. You are now all set to attend that session. Register for as many sessions as you can attend during the week of the Symposium.
This second registration step for specific sessions is required for security reasons and will also enable you to receive email reminders for your chosen sessions. In addition this session registration step assures your attendance at each selected session enabling all those that wish to attend a session to do so.
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