So not counting the guest speakers who have yet to get their free WizIQ accounts set up—we’re working on it!—or the guest speakers who are already listed as co-instructors (9 of them including Carlos), we hit 310 participants this morning. The community of learners come from a variety of countries from Argentina to Zambia (including Estonia, Turkey, Cyprus, India, Italy, Spain, Germany, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Brazil, Puerto Rico, Canada, USA, England, Scotland, Ireland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Russia, Poland, Venezuela, Belgium, France, Greece, Ukraine and Viet Nam—in no particular order and my apologies to anybody I left out).
Obviously not everybody will be able to be together in the live presentations. We have set our default time as 2pm Eastern because it’s good for the Americas and Europe, but we are letting far-flung presenters set the best times for their areas, so there may be times when the folks in Southeast Asia have to watch recordings and other times when the folks in the Americas will have to watch recordings. Personally I like to have my laptop on my knees, a cup of coffee or peppermint tea at hand, and my feet up on the ottoman in front of my favorite comfy chair.
Recordings will also be available on the Parapsychology Online YouTube channel within a week of the live presentation having taken place. And everything from start to finish is free! A new schedule of the presenters, discussion forums, and introductory sessions is going up on the Course Page here on the blog today. We hope to finalize the schedule by next week early, as well as start to add the list of Poster Sessions and other materials.
Come join us! Just send us your email in the contact form on the course page, or go to WizIQ.com, search for “Parapsychology,” and then click the “Enroll” button when you get to the Parapsychology and Anomalistic Psychology: Research and Education “About the Course” page.
See you there!