Summit Playback

"If you could not attend the annual conference, Summit Playback is the next best thing. ... The user interface is simple, but effective: I can enjoy these sessions at my own time and leisure. What I like best is hearing the speakers present their topics and answering the audience’s questions, and I can follow along with the same handouts given to the audience."
      —David Dick, Fellow

What is Summit Playback?

SUMMIT@aClickSummit Playback (formerly Summit@aClick) is an online collection of the conference’s content, with audio and PowerPoint synched together. It’s like being able to bring the entire conference back to share with the rest of your company. The 2014 Summit included over 80 sessions in 8 tracks (see the program here) and Summit Playback includes almost all of them.

Not only does Summit Playback capture the audio and visual presentations of the speakers, its content can be shared and revisited for a year after the conference.

The 2015 edition of Summit Playback will be available shortly after the conclusion of the 2015 Summit, 21-24 June. Check back then!

To log in and purchase:

Log in on the Summit Playback website using your preferred STC email address as the username and your last name as the password. If that does not work, please click the “Login” button, followed by “Forgot your Password” to have it emailed to you. If you have any questions, please contact the support help line at +1 (972) 910-6899, Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM-5:00 PM ET, or send an email to Logging in will verify you as an STC member and allow you to receive member pricing for Summit Playback.

"Attend" the Summit without leaving your home or office—with Summit Playback!


If you attended the Summit or have already purchased Summit Playback:

Access to Summit Playback is free with attendance at the Summit. If you attended the 2014 Summit or have already purchased Summit Playback, you should have received an email with your username and password. Once you receive that email, you will have full access to all recorded sessions through 31 March 2015. If you did not receive an email with this information, please contact Elaine Gilliam. If you have any other questions about access or problems logging in, please contact or +1 (972) 910-6899, between 9:00 AM-5:00 PM ET, Monday through Friday.