Lightning talks are short presentations one after another, without questions. At WikiConference North America 2021, we expected to have three hour-long lightning talk blocks, each 25 minutes or more, with each talk lasting up to five minutes. It's a fast way to learn about a topic, when done well.
Interested in participating? Soon we will have open time slots below. For now we list the ones accepted for the program, some of which are on the long side.
Block 1: Friday, 4:55 - 5:20 (possibly 6:30) Eastern
- Web2Cit: A visual editor for Citoid Web Translators by Diego de la Hera & Evelin Heidel
- Psychological safety by Edward Hayes
Block 2: Saturday, around 5:15 - 6:00 Eastern
- No space above? Add your talk idea below. If there is enough demand, we may try to accommodate by adding additional lightning talk sessions.
Block 3: Sunday, 1:45 - 2:10 Eastern
|17:00 - 17:07|
|17:07 - 17:14|