We are now ready to share the timings for the SpotOn London 2012 programme – thanks for bearing with us while we’ve worked out how to fit everything in! Aside from the keynotes and closing plenary, the conference will be split into three tracks: i) science communication and outreach ii) online tools and digital publishing and iii) science policy. Follow the links to find out more about the discussion sessions and workshops in each strand. Attendees can stick to one track or can flit between different topics, depending on their interests.
If, like us, you’re finding it difficult to choose which sessions to attend, they will all be livestreamed and the video archives will be available later so that you can can catch up when it suits you. Each session will have an event page here on the SpotOn site similar to this one and we’ll be bringing together all the media about it (blog posts, shared resources such as google docs, Storifys, slides from slideshare and video archives) so that all the session information is available in one place. If you’d like to contribute a blog post to the discussions around a particular session, do get in touch (email@example.com).
We’ve also noted the session hashtags in the programme below so that you can follow any session-specific online conversations more easily. The overall conference hashtag remains #solo12 and the official account is @SpotOnLondon.