From: "Secretary, ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety" <secretary**At_Symbol_Here**DCHAS.ORG>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Now Available - ACS Presentations on Demand!
Date: December 18, 2012 2:21:29 PM EST
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There are a variety of DCHAS symposia included on this site, with the ability to search the available presentations and fast forward through them in a logical way...

- Ralph

From: Stephen Vesce, ACS Membership Director [mailto:s_vesce**At_Symbol_Here**]
Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2012 2:02 PM
Subject: Now Available - ACS Presentations on Demand!

I am pleased to announce the launch of ACS Presentations on Demand, featuring hundreds of recorded oral and poster sessions from the 2012 Philadelphia and San Diego national meetings. ACS has invested in improved technology and expanded offerings in response to the steady growth in usage of online access to national meeting presentations.

The new ACS Presentations on Demand features an enhanced streaming viewing platform, a searchable abstract index, and is compatible with mobile devices so you can view presentations anytime, anywhere. The presentations feature PowerPoint slides synched with audio, allowing you to jump directly to slides of particular interest.

There are more than 650 recorded oral and poster presentations now available from the August 2012 national meeting in Philadelphia, and more than 450 oral presentations from the March 2012 San Diego meeting. With ACS Presentations on Demand, you can view a talk or poster you might have missed, or experience it again. And because the technology behind Presentations on Demand allows for viewing on portable devices, you truly can take presentations from the national meeting with you!

Presentations on Demand--your source for immediate, convenient, portable, and current content from ACS national meetings.
Stephen Vesce
ACS Membership Director

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