Submit a proposal to the 2020 Research Data Access & Preservation Summit
There are five types of proposals:
PRESENTATION: Propose a 15-minute talk that the RDAP Summit organizers will group with two others around a similar theme. The talk should be on original research, a project, or present a perspective. You may submit as a remote presenter, although acceptance will depend on the logistical capabilities of the conference location.
DISCUSSION PANEL: Propose a 2-4 person panel that will engage in a live conversation with each other and with the RDAP Summit attendees on a topic. You may submit a panel with remote members, although acceptance will depend on the logistical capabilities of the conference location and other needs.
LIGHTNING TALK: Propose a 5-minute lightning talk. The talk can be on any subject and can focus on a perspective, a work-in-progress, or a completed project. Remote presentation is not available for lightning talks.
POSTER: Propose a poster that would be presented over lunch. Poster presenters will have the opportunity to speak one-on-one with RDAP Summit attendees in an informal setting.
WORKSHOP: Propose a workshop that is 3 hours or less, including a short break . The workshops should be interactive, educational, and noncommercial.
All types of proposals will require basic information about the primary presenter (email, name, and organization), information about your proposed session (title, summary, three or fewer topic keywords), and a brief statement about your personal relationship with the topic you're proposing.
The committee will consider 1) the currency and relevance of the topic to the field, 2) appropriateness of the proposal for the session type, 3) impact of practices, conclusions, or recommendations (if applicable), 4) evidence of critical engagement (i.e. considering the context of the topic in the larger world of questions about equity and justice), 5) organization and clarity, and 6) evidence of ethical research practice (if applicable). Panel proposals will also be evaluated on engagement of participants and how it will provide and encourage multiple perspectives and views on the topic proposed. Workshop proposals will also be evaluated based on their learning outcomes. Poster and lightning talks can be shorter and more informal and the committee will evaluate them with that in mind.
We welcome proposals from both first-time RDAP presenters and those who provide a follow up on a project previously presented at RDAP.
We also welcome submissions from employees of sponsors and will evaluate them using the same methods as other submissions. However, submissions will not be considered if they focus only on demonstrating or selling a sponsor’s specific product.
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