Webinar Series Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Who can attend a UKRIO webinar?

UKRIO webinars are open to all.


How much does it cost to participate in a UKRIO webinar?

UKRIO webinars are free to attend.


Are webinars recorded for later viewing?

Webinars are recorded and selected presentations and recordings from past webinars are posted on our YouTube channel, typically within two weeks of their live presentation. We reserve the right to make decisions on dissemination and publication. For more information, see our Terms and Conditions.


What is UKRIO’s position on its speakers’ views?

UKRIO is an apolitical organisation and does not provide a platform for political views. Any views, advice or recommendations expressed in its online events are those of the speakers alone and should not be taken as an endorsement from UKRIO.


How are live webinars accessed?

Upon registration via UKRIO’s Eventbrite page, you will receive a confirmation email. You will also receive reminder emails in the lead-up to the event.  On the day and time of the webinar, log in using the link provided in the emails.


How will I hear the webinar?

For UKRIO webinars, when you log in your microphone and video will be automatically turned off by the Zoom webinar function. You will only be able to listen via your computer/tablet/smartphone speaker.


Can I ask questions?

Yes, we encourage you to engage as much as possible with the webinar, please write all your questions into the Q&A area on the Zoom webinar page. Please do not ask questions in the chat function as these tend to get lost. We kindly request that all attendees be respectful towards each other, acknowledging that the topics we discuss are open for dialogue and conversation.


Will I receive a certificate of attendance?

At this time UKRIO is unable to send certificates of attendance to attendees.


Are live captions available?

Live captions will be available in English and can be enabled via the attendee’s Zoom page.


Can I ask for advice or raise concerns about a situation during a webinar?

So we can give confidential advice please contact us via UKRIO’s Advisory Service. We welcome enquiries on any issues relating to the conduct of research, whether promoting good research practice, seeking help with a particular research project or advice on investigating cases of alleged fraud and misconduct.


Last updated April 2024