Member Minute: AC21 Online Tips

Welcome to EMA’s Member Minute, where I’ll be teaching you an actionable strategy, tip, trick, or hack to help you meet your enrollment goals and all that in about a minute. AC21 online is an awesome way to learn, grow, and network and in this video, I’ll be sharing my top tips for making the most out of the conference!

First of all, I recommend you head on over to right now and sign in. There might not be any live sessions right now but it’s a good idea to make sure you can sign in before all the great content starts. You can click the little ‘forgot my password’ button if you don’t remember your password.

Once you’re signed in you can check out the schedule and think about the sessions you want to attend. Click ‘view session’ when it’s time to view a session. The International school track wraps over two days as the times on the schedule are PST but any online attendee is more than welcome to watch any session regardless of which track it’s in, Don’t worry if you miss a session - you’ll be able to watch the recording right in the event center for up to a year!

Please download Zoom for the live sessions and get your snazzy Zoom background right here! If you are the person who purchased your online pass you can add an unlimited number of attendees from your school by clicking the ‘add attendee’ button. The conference app is a great way to connect with other online and in-person attendees and the event code is ac21 (case sensitive). Remember the schedule you see in the app is for the in-person event. The online schedule is always at While you’re on the app post a picture or a comment and you’ll earn points toward the Game of Phones and check the Leader Board - top participants will earn prizes!

AC21 online is going to be awesome and we can’t wait to see you soon!


About the Author

Hans Mundahl

Hans Mundahl is the Director of Professional Development at EMA. He has been an educator since 1995 when he first stepped into the classroom as a Fulbright exchange teacher in the former East Germany. Since then Hans has done just about every job possible at an independent school from teacher to administrator. Most recently Hans was the head of school at a K-8 day school in central New Hampshire. Hans’s spare time is usually spent with his family but he is also passionate about the outdoors and protecting the environment.

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