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Virtual Format

This page may be updated in the time leading up to the conference. Please check back for any updates or changes.

The 2020 conference will be run as an entirely virtual event. 

Below are details for the conference’s technology plans (phrasing borrowed from MSU’s DH team following their recently successful Global Digital Humanities Symposium.).

Zoom will serve as the primary space for conference attendance – all presenters and registered attendees will receive a Zoom link via email in advance of the event and are welcome to join in the Zoom webinar to follow presentations, ask questions, and engage with the community.

Using Zoom

Find out more about how to use Zoom.

All registered attendees are invited to join the Zoom webinar. The meeting link and phone call in information will be sent via email by Tuesday, October 20.

After all of the presentations in a session, there will be time for Q&A from the audience. Questions will be fielded through the Q&A tool in the Zoom Webinar.

Discussion and sharing is encouraged via Twitter using #uicdh2020.

(Note: a Twitter account is not required to view the conference feed but is required to post.)

If Zoom fails, live events will be canceled and all events will be pre-recorded. Clips of presentations will then be shared at a later date on this site.