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Wednesday, Feb. 10, 2021

Programme planning has started

Planning Meeting – Recording Available

Last Thursday, the EuroDIG Community gathered for a day-long meeting in which the planning process for #EuroDIG2021 and the potential contents of the programme were discussed. In case you missed it or would like to re-watch, you can find the recording on our YouTube Channel, and the presentation slides are also available online.

Next steps – We need your input on the EuroDIG2021 programme

The participants of the Planning Meeting shared many good ideas on the suggestions by our Subject Matter Experts regarding possible sessions for EuroDIG2021.

In order to consolidate the draft programme (download), we invite you to comment until February 26 directly on the EuroDIG website.

You can find all key resources (list of proposals, draft programme, and commenting tool) on our site “Get involved”.

EuroDIG Secretariat 
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