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demonstrationlecturemake-it, take-itnetworking session / discussionhands-on workshop (participant-provided devices)poster session
1 hour2½ hoursPoster Session

Equipment and Audio / Visual:

Standard equipment in each session room:

  • audio / video projector and screen
  • Internet connection
  • two wireless microphones

Regarding video projection, please list the devices you'd like to project (e.g., iPad, iPhone, laptop, etc.).

Note, presenters are required to bring the appropriate video adapter(s) to connect to the video projection system.

Have equipment or technical questions? Email Tech Director Jeff Steinborn <>

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