Institutional Webinar Subscriptions
Institutional TRB Webinar Subscriptions provide unlimited access to webinars produced as part of TRB’s Webinar Series to authorized users of subscribing institutions in one geographic location. They do not permit remote campuses, remote sites, consortia, or other forms of subscription sharing.
Existing Institutional Webinar Subscribers - Join Them Today!
- North Carolina State University
- Texas A&M University
- Ontario Ministry of Transportation
- Government of Alberta
- Arizona State University
TRB Webinar Series
TRB webinars provide transportation professionals a conference-like atmosphere to share and receive information, while remaining in the comforts of their own offices. TRB uses webinars to share information about upcoming TRB reports, previous sessions from our Annual Meeting, and topics requested by TRB committees. TRB holds approximately three to four webinars a month.
Individual Webinars - There is no fee for employees of TRB sponsors to register for a webinar. The regular fee for all other participants to register for a webinar ranges from $49 to $109. Please check individual webinar announcements for pricing information.
Series Subscriptions - Annual Institutional Webinar Subscriptions begin at $999. TRB conducts, at a minimum, 30 webinars a year, so the subscription price is equivalent to receiving each webinar for $33.
TRB Organizational Affiliates and Sustaining Affiliates receive an additional discount of $200, for a price of $799 per year.
Subscriptions run for one calendar year beginning on January 1 of each year. If an organization purchases an institutional webinar subscription at any point during the calendar year, the price will be prorated to account for the month joined.
An Institutional Webinar Subscription authorizes an institution to view TRB webinars at a localized site. For institutions located in more than one city, each city office is considered a different site. For institutions within the same city that are administered independently, each office is considered a different site. An institution may be academic or nonacademic, public or private.
Authorized users of an institution’s webinar subscription are current, full- and part-time students, employees (including faculty, staff and, affiliated researchers), and other individuals who have legal access to the subscriber's facilities and computer network. Authentication will be determined by the suffix of e-mail addresses, physical mailing addresses, or other means as agreed to by TRB and the subscribing institution.
For multicampus academic institutions, each organization listed in the Directory of Higher Education is a separate Institution (http://www.educause.edu), and requires its own webinar subscription. For the purposes of these terms and conditions, academic law libraries and academic medical libraries are considered part of a university and are part of an Institution only if they report to the same institutional Chief Academic Officer.
For example, each campus in the State University of New York system is considered a different site, and each branch or office of Upjohn Laboratories is considered a different site.
To help ensure that employees of eligible organizations are aware of their ability to access webinars for free, a link to a listing of institutions that have enrolled in the Institutional Webinar Subscription package will be included on each webinar announcement page.
For additional information or to subscribe, please contact Reggie Gillum, firstname.lastname@example.org