DDW On Demand

Online Session Recordings

DDW on Demand 2011 features up to 500 hours of sessions





New for 2015: Included with Registration

DDW On Demand is an online-only library that includes 400 hours of non-ticketed presentations* from DDW 2015. Watch presenters’ slides while listening to fully-synchronized audio as if you were actually attending each session.

Attendees will also receive two years of convenient online access to the capture — a product valued at over $1,200.

Features of DDW On Demand include:

  • Online access to content as soon as 24 hours after the session.
  • Streaming content for viewing on mobile technology including iPad®, iPhone® and most Android™ devices.
  • Enhanced search: Find any word in the presentation slides.
  • Downloadable MP3 and PDF files.

* Note: Ticketed sessions will not be included in DDW On Demand. Presentations will be included if permission is granted by presenter.

To access DDW On Demand online, go to and enter your last name and badge number. You will be prompted to create a password and you will not need your badge number after you are verified. On subsequent visits, go to and enter your email and password.

2015 Non-Attendee Information

If you were not able to make it to DDW 2015, non-attendees can buy DDW On Demand so you have access to 450 hours of educational content from this year's meeting, including the AGA Spring Postgraduate Course. For a limited time, order DDW On Demand and receive a complimentary iPad Air 2™. Purchase now.

Features of DDW on Demand include:

  • Sessions available online from any computer or mobile device.
  • Advanced Search: Find any word on any slide.
  • Recently Viewed: Revisit presentations and pick up where you left off.
  • Printable PDFs of Presentations: Easier note taking and review.
  • Downloadable MP3 Audio Files: Listen to presentations on-the-go.
  • CME available.
  • Complimentary hard drive for offline access.


If you're undecided or curious what the sessions look like, watch a preview here of the DDW 2015 session  “Acute Pancreatitis” presented by Peter Banks, MD.

Technical Support

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