Barry Hartup Posted April 24 Share Posted April 24 Join us for the 16th North American Crane Workshop to be held in Baraboo, Wisconsin 23-26 October, 2023. The theme of this year’s workshop will be “50 Years of Crane Conservation: Challenges and Opportunities”. We look forward to hearing from you about all aspects of crane conservation and research. The abstract submission portal is NOW OPEN until 1 July 2023 (submit abstracts HERE). Plan to have your work considered for a full oral presentation, a short lighting talk, or both. We hope to notify all speakers of their acceptance and preferred format in August. We encourage student participation and will be offering four student travel award opportunities in the coming weeks. Full oral presentations will be an opportunity to provide greater detail about your work, with time to describe the research process, your findings, and their implications. They will be 12-15 minutes long with 3-5 minutes for questions. The final time allotted for full presentations will be finalized after abstract submission and will be communicated to presenters. Lightning talks consist of short, engaging presentations focused on sharing an idea, finding, question, or update. They are not meant to be fast-tracked versions of regular presentations. Lightning talks emphasize the objective and outcome, or impact of the work. They should focus on the big questions driving your research rather than the details. Lightning talks should consist of 1 to 5 slides maximum. Presenters should plan for a 3-minute presentation and 2 minutes for questions. Please contact NACW16 coordinator Barry Hartup with questions about the workshop or difficulties with submissions (firstname.lastname@example.org; 608-566-4477). Please spread the word – and we look forward to seeing you in Baraboo soon! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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