From WikiSym 2008
Tutorials are usually 90-180 minutes classes, taught by experts, designed to help you rapidly come up to speed on a specific technology or methodology. Tutorials can be lecture-oriented or participatory.
Tutorial rooms are equipped with a video projector; attendees are usually provided with handouts.
Tutorial presenters are typically experts in their chosen topic and experienced speakers skilled in preparing and delivering educational presentations. When selecting tutorials, we will consider the presenter's knowledge of the proposed topic and past success at teaching it.
Styles: Lecture vs Hands-on
Many tutorials use a traditional lecture style, with a series of slides that pace or keep stride with the speaker. An increasing number of tutorials use formats that involve attendees more actively, such as presentations that:
Tutorials that can be followed or continued as an Openspace session will be much appreciated.
How to submit?
Tutorial proposals are expected to be submitted, before May 10th 2008, via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you would like to offer a longer or shorter tutorial, please indicate.
The tutorial chair is Marc Laporte.
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