TICTeC 2020 Abstract/Workshop submissions
We invite individuals to submit presentation abstracts or workshop proposals of no more than 300 words by 17th January 2020.
We encourage presentation submissions to focus on the specific impacts of technologies, rather than showcase new tools that are as yet untested. Workshop proposals should be relevant to the conference theme.
Those selected for inclusion in the conference programme will be notified no later than 24th January 2020.
Presenters will be required to register for the conference by 7th February in order to confirm their slot (the registration fee will be waived for individuals presenting).
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Employer / Institution
How did you hear about TICTeC 2020?
Is your participation / attendance dependent on receiving a travel grant?
We hope to be able to provide a small number of travel grants, however these will be limited and priority will be given to individuals not normally able to attend and usually from the Global South only. If your attendance is dependent on receiving a travel grant, you will need to register additionally on this separate form:
. If you have institutional backing, please attempt to get independent funding.
Yes, I can only present if I receive financial support from the TICTeC organisers
No, I can come and present at TICTeC without financial support from the TICTeC organisers
Antigua and Barbuda
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Central African Republic
Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Congo, Republic of the
East Timor (Timor-Leste)
Micronesia, Federated States of
Papua New Guinea
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Sao Tome and Principe
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
What are you applying to do at TICTeC?
20 minute presentation
Workshop (these will be between 1 hr - 1 hr 30 mins)
If you'd like to do a presentation, please provide your presentation abstract below (300 words maximum)
Please ensure your abstract details what real-world impacts your presentation will discuss. We will prioritise proposals that can demonstrate data or evidence of how civic tech has been impactful in some way. An abstract should include a brief overview of the research, the research questions, the methods used, and the results you plan to share. Narratives or descriptions of tools or services will not be accepted. Please put N/A in the box below if you are proposing a workshop.
Please provide a short 'headline' for your presentation to summarise why you think it's important that TICTeC attendees hear it
Please put N/A in the box below if your are proposing a workshop
If you'd like to run a workshop, please outline below what your workshop will consist of and how it's relevant to the impacts of civic technology (300 words maximum)
Who is the target audience for your proposed presentation / workshop?
Practitioners (those running civic tech projects)
Funders of civic tech
All (general interest)
Are you interested in paying for a guaranteed 20 minute speaking slot?
This year we are offering a limited number of guaranteed 20 minute speaking slots for a fee of £5000. This means you won’t need to compete against the hundreds of other submissions we receive through the open Call for Proposals. The fee for these will go towards travel grants to help those from the Global South to attend. If you answer yes, the TICTeC team will contact you.
Please let us know if you need an invitation letter for a visa application
If your proposal is accepted we'll be able to provide you with an invitation letter to support your visa application. Citizens from these countries need a visa to enter Iceland:
. Guidance on applying for a visa:
If you have any video footage of you presenting, please share that with us here
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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