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Instructions for Workshop Proposals

Published onJan 11, 2024
Instructions for Workshop Proposals

We invite proposals for workshops during the main conference program and on the pre-conference day. Workshops typically fit in a 1,5 hour block, but longer durations might be possible.

Workshops are intended to be hands-on and/or participatory. Proposers are free to decide how to structure and design them.

Workshops might concern the development of a skill or discussion on a topic. Workshops dedicate a small amount of time to presentation and prioritize group work and participation (e.g. breakout group discussions, shared exercises, brainstorming sessions).

Workshops should have a clear outcome and an output. Typically, the output could be a shared collaborative document that outlines the process and any conclusions reached by the group and potentially a post-workshop write-up by the workshop proposers/facilitators.

How to submit Workshops

An abstract of up to 2 pages describing the proposed content and interactivity of the workshop is required.  The abstract of the workshop will be published in the proceedings and there will be an option for workshop proposers/facilitators to submit a short report for the proceedings, depending on ability of reviewers and contributors to meet the deadline. Workshops will be peer reviewed by at least three reviewers.

  • Contributions for panels are due by 17 March 2024

  • Template: authors must fill out the form in Indico.

  • Workshop facilitators and moderators should be identified and included as co-authors and presenters.

  • You should include a clear outline of who you want to invite to take part, what prior knowledge you expect and what participants can expect from the process. 

  • You should explain if you need more than a 1,5 hour block. A small number of longer blocks might be available on the pre-conference day.

  • Submitters will be responsible for facilitating the workshop on-site. You should clearly indicate if you intend to allow remote participation and how you intend to set this up. The conference may not be able to fully support your wishes and submitters should be open to work with conference organizers to organize a hybrid workshop experience.

More help: webinar and drop-in sessions

We kicked off the submissions with a webinar on Jan 11th. You can watch it here and ask your questions in our online drop-in sessions.

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