2017 ESIP Summer Meeting Call for Sessions
We are inviting you to submit session proposals for the 2017 ESIP Summer Meeting on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana! We especially welcome sessions related to our theme: Strengthening Ties Between Observations and User Communities.
Sessions are generally 1.5 hour blocks and fit one of the following formats:
Breakout Session—presentation-style session with multiple speakers sharing lessons learned, a new tool or new initiative.
Panel Session—panel-style discussion with one moderator and a group of experts who represent different perspectives on a common topic.
Workshop Session—classroom-style session to teach attendees; should be hands-on with limited use of slides.
Working Sessions—roundtable-style session where participants work together to solve a specific problem.
Business Meetings—dedicated planning time for Collaboration Areas.
Submit your session here. Sessions will be accepted until COB Monday, April 10, 2017.
You can see a list of currently submitted sessions on our ESIP Meetings Page under Call for Sessions.
Please provide as much information as you can. If your session contents shift a bit later on, you will be able to update the content on the 2017 Summer Meeting Sched page until the meeting.
Starting this meeting ESIP will be gathering meeting content on the (soon to be open) ESIP Figshare portal (esip[dot]figshare.com). This means you will not need to enter content into the ESIP Commons. You will need to have an account with Figshare. This new portal will provide each session with a DOI, and connect content to each moderator/speaker’s ORCid. You will receive more information on this soon.
NOTE: Research as Art will have its own call for submissions. Posters/demos are submitted first during Registration, and then digital copies will be uploaded to the Figshare portal for the Summer meeting.