Submissions/Workshops and Panels

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Workshops and Panels

Workshop and Panels submissions will be reviewed and selected for their interest to the community.

Panels provide an interactive forum for bringing together people with diverse points of view to discuss compelling wiki issues. Panels involve participation from both the panelists and audience members in lively discussion. Workshops provide an opportunity for groups to discuss and learn about topics that require extended engagement such as new systems, research methods, standards and formats.

Proposals for panels and workshops should consist of approximately two pages describing what you intend to do and how your session will meet the criteria described above. It should include a concise abstract and one-paragraph biographies of all people relevant to the submission. Workshops will be allocated a half-day or a full-day and a room. Panels will be given a 90-minute time slot.

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