Digital participation of the conference will take place using University of Helsinki’s unique Unitube platform. Each panel of the conference proceeding will be live streamed. Links and access information will be provided a week before the conference. The keynotes and roundtable sessions will be the only parts of the conference that will be recorded. The recordings will accessible via the Society for Court Studies website.
Presenters that are participating remotely will join via Zoom, which will be projected for the Unitube live stream. Zoom links will be sent to remote presenters the week before the conference. We also ask that remote presenters access the link during the break before their panel (see programme and plan accordingly) to test the sound and video quality. More details will be sent in an email a week before the conference.
Digital Social Room
To ensure that digital participants are able to socialise and connect during the conference, the organizing committee has set up a digital social room via the Wonder.me platform. The room will be open for all digital participants to use beginning the first day of the conference. For more information on using Wonder.me, please visit: https://www.wonder.me.
We ask that everyone refrain from sharing links to the conference proceedings for several reasons. First, the conference is available only for those who have paid the access fees. Second, the increase sharing of video links has contributed to a rise of hackers and bots with academic digital events lately. With this in mind, anyone who tries to access the link that has not registered will be denied access.
Alternative arrangements/COVID issues
Should any issues arise from COVID or with the situation in Europe, the conference will immediately be adapted as a digital conference. If the event is adapted to an entirely online format, the in-person participants will be refunded the difference of the early-bird virtual rate (€10.00).
We encourage participants to live tweet or live post on Facebook. We have created a hashtag for Twitter, #embodiedcourt2022, and encourage everyone to use it so other can follow the proceedings. We also ask that you tag @courtstudies, @helsinkiuni, and @aaltoarts in the posts.