About This Website
This website provides access to webcasts of AACR conferences from 2004-2013. Presentations from some conferences are available for free without login or payment. Selected presentations from the AACR Annual Meeting 2013 and AACR Annual Meeting 2012 are also available for free without login or payment. Remaining sessions from these conferences require login in order to view the webcasts; review the section below for access and purchase information. All webcasts from 2004 to 2011 are available for free without login. Load presentations that are available without login or payment now.
Accessing Paid AACR Webcasts
Attention AACR Annual Meeting 2013 Attendees an e-mail was sent to you on May 1, 2013 with access information and instructions if you purchased the AACR Annual Meeting 2013 webcast as part of your conference registration. Login instructions are provided below.
Login Information for AACR Annual Meeting 2013 Attendees
- If you already have an account to view previous AACR webcasts, access to the AACR Annual Meeting 2013 webcasts may have been applied to your existing account, simply login to begin viewing. Use the Forgot Username? or Forgot Password? tools to recover the login credentials you created at account creation. Your username and password are not your MyAACR account information.
- If you do not have an account to view AACR webcasts or access was not applied to your existing account, use the the access information provided in the e-mail that was sent to you to create your account.
- If you did not receive an e-mail on May 1, you can lookup your access information
If you need help accessing a webcast series that you have purchased or help with recovering your login credentials, please select one of the following options below:
- If you have an access code link from an email, click on it or enter the URL into your browser
- New users, create an account by creating a username and password
- Existing users, access may have been applied to your existing account, simply login to begin viewing
- Existing users, add access to AACR Annual Meeting 2013 and 2012 webcasts
- You purchased as a part of conference registration, but don't have access
- You created your account but forgot username
- You created your account but forgot password
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Purchasing Access to Paid AACR Webcasts
Purchase access to AACR Annual Meeting 2013 webcasts at an AACR member rate of $299 and a non-member rate of $399.
The AACR Annual Meeting 2012 webcast is no longer for sale. Users who purchased access to view webcasts from the AACR Annual Meeting 2012 webcasts were sent an email on April 30, 2012 that contained an access code link to view the paid webcasts from this conference.
As a service to the cancer research community, The AACR Annual Meeting 2012 webcast will be made available for free for all to view on July 30, 2013.
As a service to the cancer research community, the 2011 Molecular Targets and Cancer Therapeutics webcasts were made available for free for all to view on March 8, 2013.
Using This Website
Users may access webcasts via the following tools:Browse -- the website loads with the most recent webcasts first. Use the "Browse by" options at the top of the page to change the default display of the webcast session data.
- Presentation -- displays webcast presentations sorted by date, time and presentation title
- Session (summary) -- displays the sessions available, sorted by date, time and presentation title
- Session (with details) -- displays the sessions available with presentation information, also sorted by date, time and presentation title
Search -- use the search box on the left of the page to search webcasts by a specific term. The "show advanced options" link allows you to refine your search.
Search Filters -- use the extensive search filters to narrow your search by year, conference, access (paid or free), availability and speaker participation type.
Participation in AACR webcasts is left to the discretion of each speaker. As a result, some presentations may not be available for webcast, and some webcast presentations may not include all slides. The permission status of each speaker listed can be found by viewing the session or presentation detail.
Technical Support Information
Webcasts are available on supported versions of both Windows and Macintosh computers and require the Adobe Flash Player version 10.1 installed on your computer.
Check now to determine from Adobe if you have version 10.1 of the Flash Player installed on your computer.
Video webcasts require that you have a broadband Internet connection with at least 300kbps of download connectivity. If you are having difficulty with playback of a video webcast, for example playback is buffering frequently, select the "Audio" link which requires less bandwidth than the video webcasts. While this option does synchronize the static slides in the presentations, it does not include any videos embedded in the presentation to limit the bandwidth demands of this option. If you have trouble with the audio webcast, you may not have sufficient bandwidth on your Internet connection to view the webcasts.
If you are still having trouble viewing the webcasts, please carefully review the detailed System Requirements and Troubleshooting Steps Web page for further support information.
Mobile Device Supported Platforms
Apple iOS devices (Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch 4.3.x)
Android mobile devices with Adobe Flash Player 10.1.
Users with a supported mobile device listed above and an enabled Internet connection can stream slide presentation video directly from the webcast navigation page. Please note that some advanced interactivity features of the desktop player are not supported on mobile devices.
Accessing on Desktop Computers
For each session, users may access sessions in two different versions of the media player:
- Slide video -- video of the speaker's slide presentation is the default stream displayed in the player. This option displays all speaker mouse movements and videos included in presentations.
- Audio -- audio of the speaker's presentation is the default stream in the player. Static slide images in the slide presentations are synchronized to the audio stream. As noted, videos embedded in the presentation are not included in this option to limit the amount of bandwidth needed to view the presentation.
Some selected sessions also include podium video where video of the presenter synchronized to the speaker's slide presentation is included as a webcast option.
Navigating the Session Webcast
The player offers several tools to navigate the session:
- Browse Slides -- use the "Browse Slides" tab on the left side of the player to either preview the slides in the session or navigate to that point in the session by selecting the slide thumbnail image. These are the tools available to preview the slides in the presentation:
- There are two "expand" buttons to enlarge the size of the Browse Slides window:
- Expand the video or speaker photo region, or
- Expand the entire content region of the player.
- Enlarge a slide thumbnail by using the slider bar in the Browse Slides region.
- Move your mouse over a slide to preview it in the slide region. The preview slide will be highlighted red. By moving your mouse off the slide thumbnail, you return to the current slide.
- The current slide is highlighted green in the Browse Slides region.
- Session Index -- navigate to different speakers or presentations in the session by selecting the "Show Session Index" button.
- "Show Info" button -- displays information about the speakers and presentations in the session.
- "Show Take Notes" button -- send notes while watching the session to any email address.
- Playback Controls
- Play/Pause button -- select this button to play or pause the default media stream of the player.
- Stop button -- select this button to stop the default media stream of the player.
- Volume -- use the volume slider to increase or decrease the playback volume. Select the speaker button to mute playback.
- Enlarge button -- toggle the player to the full-screen of your computer's monitor. Select the button again to return to playback within your Internet browser.
2007-2010: Adobe Flash-based webcasts - are available on supported versions of Windows and Macintosh computers and require the Adobe Flash Player version 8 or above. View the "Technical Support" tab in the webcast player for detailed system requirements and support information.
2004-2006: Microsoft Windows Media-based webcasts - are available on supported versions of the Windows operating system and require the Microsoft Windows Media Player. View the "Technical Support" tab in the webcast player for detailed system requirements and support information. Windows Media-based webcasts are no longer supported in Macintosh. Note that webcasts from 2004 may need to install the ACELP.net audio codec. If you have installed Windows Media Player versions 9, 10 or later, you may need to install the ACELP.net audio codec on your computer. Download the ACELP.net audio codec now.