Course materials and summit upgrade package content can be downloaded to your computer or flash drive for permanent access.
Please note that most mobile devices (smartphones, tablets etc.) generally cannot download files. Newer iPads may have download capability. Check your model with the manufacturer.
When you are connected to wifi, you can play course or summit recordings on your device via a web browser. To transfer a file to your device for offline access, first download it to a computer, and then sync it to your device.
Downloading Recordings and Transcripts
To download a recording, click on the Download link or icon (a green box with a downward pointing arrow) directly beneath or to the right of the recording. To download transcripts, click on either the Word or PDF transcript icon:
If your file does not automatically start to download, you can force the download by performing the following:
1. Right-click directly on the "Download" link or transcript icon. (If you use a Mac, hold down "Control" and do a normal click.)
2. From the pop-up menu that then displays, select "Save Target As" or "Save Link As."
3. The "Save As" window will display. Select where on your computer to save the file (many people select their Desktop or Downloads Folder), make any desired name changes to file, and click "Save." Be patient, as this may take a few minutes, depending on your connection speed.
4. If it appears the downloading has finished, but you do not see anything, check the location you chose, above, or your Downloads Folder as a default location. If needed, you can perform a search by file name to locate the downloaded file.
A Zip File will be posted to your Course Homepage or Summit Premium Access Page two weeks after the live program ends. The Zip File contains all of your program audio recordings and written materials and can be downloaded with one click of a mouse. Any video recordings will need to be downloaded individually, as they are too large to fit in the Zip File. Please allow at least 30 minutes for the Zip File to download due to file size and computer speed.