EuroDIG was held in English. Thanks to our donor’s participation was open for all and free of charge, but pre-registration was mandatory.
During the annual EuroDIG event everyone has equal speaking rights because EuroDIG is about DIALOGUE! The pandemic situation has made it impossible to meet in Trieste, therefore EuroDIG was held as a fully virtual meeting for the second time.
You could meet us in the EuroDIG gater.town!
We built a virtual conference centre in gather.town. In this space networking was possible via audio and video in the moment when your avatar came close to another. Upon entry pre-registered participants were required to sign in with the real name (same as for registration) and asked to respect our Code of Conduct. In this space we set up 3 Studios (Bruges, Belgrade and Trieste) and an amphitheatre, each of them representing an interactive Zoom meeting room. From these Studios you could connect to Zoom directly by pressing x on your keyboard. No additional link was needed.
You could also find a registration desk, booths, a Board Room for ad-hoc meetings and could enjoy the outside area and a fountain or bonfire. On the evening of June 29, we invite everyone to join us for a magical evening and to get enchanted by a mentalist in the amphitheatre.
You can join Gather space from your computer (laptop, desktop) on any OS (Windows, Mac OS, Linux). Mobile devices are not fully supported. Because Gather is WebRTC-enabled, there is no client to install. We recommend using Chrome or Firefox browsers. A detailed description how to use the gather space you can find here as pdf.
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Your effective participation
How each of you can contribute to making virtual meetings effective and positively influence the attention of other participants is described in the Guide to effective participation in virtual meetings.
If you did not wanted to register for EuroDIG you still could follow the streaming on our YouTube Channel and the live captioning.
For the EuroDIG 2021 programme check details at the EuroDIG Wiki! Transcrips and video links will be provided there.