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A collection of advice, guidelines and reflections from organizers of virtual conferences
Organizing virtual conferences panel discussion. September 2020. A one-hour panel discussion between 5 conference convenors abotut their experiences in (involuntarily) going digital.
Realizing an online conference: Organization, management, tools, communication and co-creation. July 2020. A paper on organizing online conferences written by Beatrix Busse and Ingo Kleiber (ICAME41) to appear IJCJ journal issue 25.3 (pre-print available through the given link).
Sustainable academia: The way forward. July 2020. A cross-disciplinary panel discussing how and why to favor sustainability in academia.
Transition to RaAM 2020Virtual. Q&A’s for potential conference delegates about the transition to the virtual format. Written in April 2020 & updated as needed. May be borrowed/adapted. 🙂
Organizing virtual CUNY 2020 @UMass Amherst. April 2020. Details how they made the transition to the digital environment, as well as the results from their post-conference survey.
satRday Neuchâtel → remote: Or how to turn an on-site conference into a remote conference in two weeks (not that you need two weeks for that…). March 2020. Written by Sina Rüeger and described as “our personal guideline on how we moved in a short time from an on-site conference to a fully remote conference.”
- Advantages of virtual conferences. July 2020. Blog post written by Susan Nacey on the basis of the RaAM 2020Virtual post-conference evaluations
- We went virtual! June 2020. Blog post written by Susan Nacey immediately after RaAM 2020Virtual.
- Reflections after the conference. June 2020. Blog post written by Charlotte Taylor about lessons learned through organnizing and running CADS2020