About Seminar Notes

Accessing your seminar notes


Introducing the new way we deliver your Seminar Notes via the online Flowpaper Reader

The Flowpaper reader provides a clear interface for reading in a flip-book style, a good search function and a zoom feature. There is also the ability to print from it.

You will need a login either as ASI Member or Registered Guest User. The login will need to use the same email address that was entered in your attendee record when you registered for your event.

YOU ALREADY HAVE AN ASI LOGIN:
Simply log in to your Dashboard (where you can already download your invoices and CPD certificates) to access your Seminar Notes via the Flowpaper reader. All your new seminar notes will be collected and available via this ‘digital locker’. Very soon you will also be able to access your ASI eBooks and eLearning modules from this area too.

YOU ARE NOT SURE IF YOU HAVE AN ASI LOGIN:
Not sure if you have a login on the ASI website? Perhaps you were registered to attend this event by a colleague?

Please go to https://www.steel.org.au/members/login and use the 'Forgotten password' link entering your email address. If it is already in the ASI database, you will be sent an email with link to create a password. Once created, you can login to your Dashboard and access your notes.

If you did not receive an email with link to create a password (Junk folder checked?), go back to https://www.steel.org.au/members/login and fill in the 'New to ASI' fields to create your login. You will now be able to go to your Dashboard and access your notes.

PLEASE NOTE:

  • Seminar notes are added to your Dashboard three days before your seminar takes place;
  •  The printing function, by virtue of having to send and retrieve data over the internet, does take a little time to display the Windows Printer dialog box. We would recommend you use Google Chrome as your browser for printing and limit your printing to about 10 pages at a time to ensure the interface is reasonably responsive. We are investigating ways to better address this functionality.

We hope that you enjoy the seminar!