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Virtual CAMP 2020 Call for Participation
Propose a session for Virtual CAMP 2020
We’re looking for proposals for informative track sessions for InCommon CAMP, a TechEXtra event taking place November 16-17, 2020.
We’re looking for proposals for informative InCommon CAMP track sessions. Track sessions (panel discussions, presentations, demos) typically include case studies, best practices, and solutions to trust and identity challenges. Solo presentations, panel discussions, demos — all are welcome! The deadline for submitting a proposal is September 23, 2020
Suggested Topic Areas
Here is a suggested list of topic areas below to get your creative juices flowing:
- Tell your story (case study? best practices?) of solving an Identity and Access Management (IAM) problem at your organization. If a campus partner or stakeholder was involved, bring them along as a panelist (at no extra charge!)
- Working together with international federations and collaborations
- Establishing or supporting research collaborations or virtual organizations
- Identity and Access Management changes and challenges with the shift to remote operations (access control systems and policies, for example)
- Managing service providers (by academia, research, or industry) in the InCommon Federation
- Managing permissions, group management, and service provisioning access, both locally and to the cloud
- Identifying and solving challenges related to privacy as it relates to access control and user consent
- Identity integrations for cloud services
- Adoption and use of the InCommon Trusted Access Platform components
- Other areas of interest in accessing services, data, or other resources
Interactivity is Key
“Virtual” doesn’t have to mean “just another Zoom session.” Consider including some type of interactivity as part of your session. Examples include a pro/con panel, audience polls, or something else that gets others involved.