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== Discussion and notes ==
 
== Discussion and notes ==
===Visioneers Meeting 10/20/15===
 
''Participants: Annie B., Annie K., Denise H., Bruce C., and Jamie R.
 
 
'''Annie Keyes discussed Summer Meeting locations
 
* Narrowed down to Durham, NH, Chapel Hill, NC, Asheville, NC, and Gainsville, FL
 
* Gainsville does not have wifi capacity
 
* Should hear from Asheville, NC this week
 
* Call participants ranked Durham and Asheville as top choices
 
* Did not like the distance of the Chapel Hill location to an urban center
 
'''Annie Keyes discussed SWAG
 
* SWAG: (bags, moleskine notebooks, pens)
 
'''Winter Meeting Theme Discussion
 
* Frontiers in Earth Sciences Big Data
 
* No sub-theme for winter
 
* Like the idea of "Earth Sciences: The Original Big Data" on stickers
 
'''Push for more sessions at Winter Meeting
 
* Suggest that Annie B. ping group leaders to discuss session in their monthly telecons
 
* Consensus that everyone always submits last minute
 
'''Sponsorship Document
 
* Suggestion that there should be a higher-level than 20K
 
* Are we really limiting to "two only?"
 

Revision as of 14:09, February 2, 2016

< Back to Visioneers

Dates

July, 2016

Venue

The 2016 Summer ESIP Federation Meeting will be held at:

Meeting Enhancement Issues and Thoughts

Sub-Theme Options

2016 Meeting Theme: Frontiers in Earth Sciences Big Data


Types of breakouts

  • Talk (e.g., Powerpoint)
  • Demonstration (online software or web-site walk-through
  • Problem-solving session (facilitated discussion among participants to address a specific problem)
  • Tutorial/Training (instructor-led classroom-style session to teach attendees)/lab
  • Panel Session
  • Writing Session
  • Hack Sprint (mini Hackathon)
  • Planning Session

May also think about breaking breakouts into shorter/longer chunks

Plenary Talk Ideas

Discussion and notes