We invite you to submit a proposal for a workshop, seminar, tutorial, panel, or presentation here. To submit a proposal replace the text "[Your proposal title]" in the box below with the title of your proposal, and click "Create page.” You will be directed to a self-explanatory wiki page. To submit your proposal, please be sure to save the wiki page. You will need to login (or create an account here) in order to submit a proposal.
The deadline is May 31, 2016 at 11:59 PM EDT.
You will be notified about the Program Committee's decision regarding your submission. If your submission is not added to the preliminary schedule, please do not be discouraged. WikiConference USA will have time set aside in the schedule for participants and attendees to participate in self-organized talks and working groups during the unconference on the third day of the conference. You will have many opportunities to bring topics forward on-site.
Terms of Participation
By submitting a proposal, you agree that the text of your proposal, your presentation slides, and any video recordings can be distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License or a compatible license. You also agree that, under the terms of the license, recordings of your presentation may be broadcast live, recorded, and made available for download later. If you prefer not to be recorded, please contact one of the conference organizers, we are happy to accommodate your request.
Further, by submitting a proposal, you agree to abide by the terms of the WikiConference USA 2015 Safe Space Policy.
|Panel||A facilitated discussion among three or more speakers on a pre-selected topic.||30–45 min.|
|Workshop||A facilitated group-wide discussion or hands-on tutorial/work session on a pre-selected topic.||30–75 min.|
|Presentation||A presentation on any topic within the themes covered by the conference.||15–30 min.|