Today (9/30) is the Last Day to Sign Up to Attend the 2022 ACSOL Conference Live

Today, September 30, at 5:00 pm Pacific Time (8:00 pm Eastern Time) is the deadline to sign up to attend the annual ACSOL conference live. It will not be possible to sign up for the conference on the day of the conference, October 1, due to technical constraints. 

Click here to sign up now to attend live

After you sign up, you will be provided with a unique Zoom link later today and or early tomorrow before the conference begins.  If it does not arrive by early tomorrow, or if you already signed up but have not yet received the email from Zoom containing your link, send an email to

Attendees will also be sent access to the recordings as they become released, so even if you cannot attend tomorrow, you can still sign up now to access the recordings. They first of the recordings should be available next week and the rest will be posted as they are created. The recordings will cover most but not all of the conference events.

If you miss the deadline for signing up to attend the conference, you may instead sign up just to watch the conference recordings. Signup for just the recordings starts Monday, October 3. There will be a link posted on our website.

If you have any questions, email them to

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