Subject: TechEXtra: InCommon CAMP & ACAMP
[camp-acamp2020-11] Information you need about CAMP and ACAMP - Nov 16-20
- From: Dean Woodbeck <>
- To: "" <>
- Subject: [camp-acamp2020-11] Information you need about CAMP and ACAMP - Nov 16-20
- Date: Tue, 10 Nov 2020 14:40:25 +0000
The InCommon and GÉANT CAMP and Advance CAMP are almost upon us! Thank you for registering. This email is to help you make your plans for the week of November 16-20.
CAMP - Monday and Tuesday, November 16-17 - CAMP opens at 9:30 am ET / 15:30 CET and ends at 2:30 pm ET / 21:30 CET each day. The first day includes an opening plenary and both days include three tracks of presentations, panel discussions, best practices, and other identity and access management information.
Advance CAMP - Wednesday - Friday, November 18-20
ACAMP is the annual unconference where the community gathers to identify and work on long-range and global challenges. Make sure to read this brief overview about participating in ACAMP, including how to propose (and lead) a session. (Note - you need to register for Canvas access to see this article.)
We have scheduled ample break times so that you can concentrate on the sessions and still have time to stretch and move around prior to the next session. We also thank attendees in the western time zones in the U.S. Scheduling was tricky, given the need to accommodate multiple time zones in the U.S. and abroad.
CANVAS ACCESS AND INFORMATION
Canvas (learning.internet2.edu) serves as the home for CAMP and ACAMP. Canvas is now available for you to see the schedule and review the various resources and features. We encourage you to log in early this week to ensure you have access. Here is the process:
If you have any trouble with Slack or Canvas, please email Jessica Fink ().
We’ll use Zoom for all CAMP and ACAMP sessions. CAMP sessions will all be recorded; ACAMP sessions will not.
When you join a Zoom room, your microphone will be muted, but you have the option to unmute when you have a question or comment. You will also be able to pose questions and comments via Zoom’s chat function.
REMO VIRTUAL SPACE
We also invite you to look at REMO, the virtual conference space that you can use for informal small-group conversations (scroll down the CAMP/ACAMP Canvas page and you’ll see a link to REMO).
Thank you, again, for registering for CAMP and ACAMP. If you have any questions or concerns, please email Dean Woodbeck () or Jessica Fink ().
-Dean and Jessica
Director of Community Awareness
Internet2 Trust and Identity
- [camp-acamp2020-11] Information you need about CAMP and ACAMP - Nov 16-20, Dean Woodbeck, 11/10/2020
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