Show Me Excellence summit

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do I register?

Go to the Show Me Excellence Summit home page and click on the Register Now button to sign up for the event. After completed and submitted, you will receive a confirmation email with additional information.

WebEx Etiquette & Helpful Tips for Summit Participants

All Participants

  • Go to https://www.webex.com/test-meeting.html to attend a test meeting. This will ensure you can connect your audio and video correctly on the day of the Summit.
  • CHROME BROWSER is highly recommended for the Summit.
  • Breakout sessions are 45 minutes and will be jam packed with lots of valuable information! Go here to read about sessions and plan your day.
  • Use your video/camera if available. We love seeing faces!
  • USE chat and raise your hand features; the Moderator will explain upon the session beginning.
  • Interactive polling may happen during your session. Just follow the presenter’s instructions.

Missouri State Employees ONLY – Technical Assistance

Non-state employees/participants

  • For issues, please consult with your respective Internet Provider
How can I attend?

Be sure to register through the “ Register Now” button on the Summit website. Registered participants will receive a confirmation email with full Summit Access and “Save the Date” for your calendar! If you have registered for the Summit and have not received a confirmation email please try again using Chrome browser, and double check your email is entered correctly. Details about the day-of will all be communicated to registered participants via email.

I’m having trouble with Webex – What do I do?

We suggest you visit the WebEx Help Center for all troubleshooting support. Use this link to learn about how to join a WebEx.

Missouri State employees who are experiencing problems may contact the IT Help Desk.

Is there a cost to attend?

Admission is completely free and there is no cost to the program.

Will there be breaks?

There is a scheduled lunch break from 12:00pm – 12:30pm Central Daylight Time (CDT). Short five minute breaks have been scheduled between each session and you should plan accordingly.

Is there a dress code?

Business casual. Jeans are ok. We want you all to be comfortable as we engage virtually.

Do you have a cell phone policy?

During the event, we will ask you to refrain from texting or using your phones. There will be periodic breaks during the day and at lunchtime (12:00pm – 12:30pm) when you can make calls. That said, there is one exception to the “no cell phone” rule: we may be using interactive live polling during the opening and closing sessions, so please have your phone handy during these times.