Lightning Talk Proposals - 7 Minute Talks

Has your institution taken a unique, creative, or particularly proactive approach to helping research manage and share research data? Lightning Talks are a fun way to share ideas and best practices about managing and sharing research data that don't warrant a full-blown breakout session. Successful proposals will show evidence of being lively, fast-paced and thought provoking, while appealing to a wide audience. Topics can be practical or conceptual ideas, and should showcase effective practices or highlight new projects in various stages of development.

Each presenter will have seven minutes total. Slides may be used. There will not be additional time for audience questions, but the Lightning Talks will proceed our exhibit preview and reception, so there will be opportunity to share conversation.

All Lightning Talks will take place during the afternoon of Wednesday, May 28th, and be presented in a general session open to all attendees. We expect, at maximum, seven Lightning Talks proposals will be accepted for the conference. Talks will be timed to insure sufficient time for all presenters. Presentations with multiple presenters must adhere to the same seven minute time constraint.

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