Coda meetings are free, open to everyone, and take on many forms these days, including virtual and hybrid formats. The website of CoDA International provides a searchable database of all CoDA meetings worldwide. Meetings can be held on-site, over the phone, or online. You can also participate via video conference, so long as you have a camera that’s enabled for most of the meeting.
Coda meetings are now meeting in-person, virtual or in a hybrid format
In addition to meeting in-person, some CoDA meetings are meeting in virtual or hybrid formats. To find out which format will be used at your meeting, check out the current meeting schedule. You can find it in PDF format. Contact the meeting point-of-contact if you have questions about the format.
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If your meeting is in a traditional physical location, it’s important to contact the organizers to confirm the location. If you’d rather have your meeting conducted in a virtual format, you can use Zoom. You don’t have to use a password to join the meeting, but you will need to enable the camera for most of the meeting.
They are open to all
Coda meetings are free, online meetings that are open to everyone. All participants are welcome and no password is required. All meetings are held in the PST time zone. Newcomers can ask questions and learn more from those who have been a part of the group for a while.
They are free
If you can’t attend a Coda meeting in person, you can join one online. The website of the CODA International organization includes a free searchable database of worldwide CoDA meetings. It also lists telephone meetings and online meetings. All meetings are listed in PST time zone. You can also sign up to receive an email notification when a meeting is scheduled.
They require participants to enable their cameras for most of the meeting
Coda meetings can be held remotely or offline and require participants to enable their cameras for most of them. These meetings are generally open to everyone. Participants do not need a password to join, but they should remember to enable their cameras most of the time. The following are guidelines for conducting these meetings.