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ZOOM USER GUIDELINES FOR THIS MEETING, and GEANT Privacy Notice - this meeting will be recorded in Zoom.

 

PRELIMINARY FINAL AGENDA - TIMINGS ARE CET

THURSDAY 29 OCTOBER

TIME

WHATWHOSLIDES
11:50-12:00

ARRIVAL!

Troubleshooting connections & 'virtual coffee break' together



12:00-12:05WELCOMELonneke Walk (SURF) Steering Committee member
12:05-12:10

TEMPERATURE CHECK
Quick warm-up questions via Mentimeter



12:10-12:45

THUNDER & LIGHTNING
Lightning-talk style presentations (5-mins!) / updates with the 'thunder' of discussion

  • Cybersecurity month
  • CESNET Cybsecurity campaign
  • Eastern Partnership - achievements and plans
  • Y1 of AfricaConnect3 - comms efforts and achievements TBC
  • YOUR TALK HERE! (please let us know in advance)


  • Laetitia Lagneau (Belnet)
    TBC

    Davina Luyten (Belnet)
    Radovan Igliar (CESNET)
    Laura Durnford (GÉANT)
    Silvia Fiore (GÉANT)

    YOU?

    Jane Gifford (AARNet)



    Davina's slides (pdf)

    Radovan's slides (pdf)

    Laura's slides (pdf)
    Silvia's slides (pdf)

    12:45-13:30

    CATCHING UP ON COVID – ELASTIC NRENS AND STORIES OF SUCCESS
    Discussion session following up on discussions in our previous 2 meetings: is the time now right for us to start gathering examples of NREN successes during the crisis, or is it still too soon? What practical steps could we take? What examples are there of ‘elastic NRENs’ that have succeeded in stretching their remit to help new audiences / with new tools during these difficult times?

    • Examples from In The Field Stories
    • African NRENs' response to COVID TBC
  • YOUR EXAMPLES / IDEAS HERE! (please let us know in advance)
    • DISCUSSION






    Hastings Ndebvu (UbuntuNet Alliance)

    YOU?







    Hastings's slides (pdf)
    13:30-13:45BREAK

    13:45-13:50PULSE CHECK
    More Mentimeter questions


    13:50-14:10

    GÉANT UPDATES

    • Community strategy workshop on marcomms
    • eduVPN & WiFiMon
    • TNC20 TNC21 comms


    Paul Maurice (GÉANT)
    Karl Meyer (GÉANT)
    Rosanna Norman (GÉANT)

    Paul's slides (pdf)

    14:10-14:25

    CHALLENGE US TO YOUR CHALLENGES (open space session)
    Briefly describe a challenge you are facing and get feedback from the group.

    (please let us know in advance)

    TNC21 comms!


    YOU?


    14:25-14:30Day wrap up - until tomorrow!
    IF YOU ARE NOT RETURNING FOR DAY 2, PLEASE DO THE FEEDBACK SURVEY!


    FRIDAY 30 OCTOBER
    11:50-12:00

    ARRIVAL!

    Troubleshooting connections & 'virtual coffee break' together



    12:00-12:05WELCOME
    & KAHOOT! (tbc)
    Kathryn Anthonisen (CANARIE) Steering Committee member
    12:05-13:00

    ONLINE ENGAGEMENT - COVID CHALLENGE 1: INTERACTIVE EVENTS
    With more meetings and even conferences taking place online, how can we ensure they are immersive, interactive, engaging and effective? What meeting platforms and interaction tools are being used? What practical tips are there for avoiding online meeting overload? How can hybrid events that combine online and face-to-face elements be managed and promoted? Discussion session with brief examples from:

    • SURF -
    hybrid
    • online events and engagement
    • TNC21 and WHOVA Webinar For Virtual Conference
    • BASNET experiences with participating in EU online events
    • APAN - (Desktop) virtual environments for events and long-term collaboration
    • YOUR EXAMPLES / IDEAS HERE!
    (please let us know in advance)
    •  






    Lonneke Walk (SURF)
    Steffie Bosman (GÉANT)
    Alexei Belotserkovsky (BASNET)
    Markus Buchorn (APAN)
    YOU?






    Lonneke's slides (pdf)


    Markus's slides (pdf)

    13:00-13:15BREAK

    13:15-13:20KAHOOT! (tbc)

    13:20-13:30

    GREN update

    Materials, messaging & muscle!


    Kathryn Anthonisen (CANARIE)


    Kathryn's slides (pdf)

    13:30-14:25

    ONLINE ENGAGEMENT - COVID CHALLENGE 2: STAFF & COMPANY CULTURE
    Are staff still joining online socials? Do they still keep their cameras on and join in the conversation? Or has their level of interest in online meetings and events declined during the past few months? Is our creativity adversely affected by home working? What ways can staff be kept engaged, feeling appreciated and part of their team and company culture? Discussion with brief examples from:

    • PSNC - moving 'movie nights' online
    • AARNet - virtual wine
    • CANARIE - being in 'KAHOOT!' together
    • YOUR EXAMPLES / IDEAS HERE! (please let us know in advance)





    Damian Niemir (PSNC)
    Jane Gifford (AARNet)
    Kathryn Anthonisen (CANARIE)
    YOU?


    14:25-14:30Meeting wrap up
    PLEASE DO THE FEEDBACK SURVEY!



    GOODBYE!