Preparing for the conference:
In the Conference programme below, you can find links to video presentations of the conference talks published on the NetGloW Youtube channel and split by sessions. Please be sure to use only these links as they provide conference participants with exclusive access permissions unavailable otherwise.
Note that videos of the talks *shall not* be live broadcasted. All discussion participants are expected to watch videos of the talks, read the previously sent session papers, and prepare questions and comments to the presenters in advance.
Live online discussions:
In the Conference programme below, you can also find links to online Zoom discussions of conference sessions and to keynote talks. After clicking on a link, you will be placed in a waiting room until the host admits you individually (it may take up to 3 minutes).
To minimize delays, we kindly ask the participants to join online discussions of the keynote talks and parallel Q&A of the sessions at least 10 minutes (20 for sessions’ chairs) before the scheduled time. Mind the time zone: GMT+3 (MSK). Chairs connect the same way as other session participants.
Make sure to use your real name and surname in your Zoom account. Otherwise, gaining access to online discussions may take a while and delay everyone.
When joining the discussion of your session’s talks, you will be automatically placed in the ‘room’ titled by your session’s name. In case it does not happen, please manually accept the invitation on a banner in the centre of the screen and ensure you picked the right session. In case you experience difficulties at this stage, feel welcome to ask the conference receptionists for help in the zoom chat.
Joining discussions of the sessions other than your own is encouraged. When doing so, you will be asked at the virtual meeting reception which one would you like to join and then placed there by our conference receptionists.
Joining keynote discussions is rather straightforward: Connect using the appropriate links below and you shall be admitted to the virtual discussion room by our conference receptionists.
After joining the Conference, your microphone will be muted by default - in order to avoid background noise. We kindly ask you to keep your microphone muted until you start speaking.
Note that all the discussions will be recorded and posted online. Would you mind this, please kindly let us know as soon as possible.
Conference programme with links to videos:
July 7, 2020
- Statistical Network Modelling
- Qualitative Network Analysis
- Networked City: The Multiplicity of Urban Links and Nodes
- Social Movements and Collective Action as Network Phenomena
To request Zoom link to session discussions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Keynote talk by David Krackhardt: 'The Importance of Social Context surrounding Network Connections: Philos vs Simmelian Ties in Social Systems'
July 8, 2020
- Networks and Culture
- Social Media Networks
- Network Analysis of Political and Policy-Making Domains
- Literary Creation as a Product of Intellectual and Scientific Networks: Permeable Frontiers and Variable Nodes in European 19th Century
July 9, 2020
- Semantic and Socio-Semantic Networks
- Networks in Education
- Scientific Networks: Understanding Various Research Fields
- A Critical Look on Globa-Net-Lization of Economic, Social and Political Context
To request Zoom link to discussion, contact email@example.com
Emergency contact during the conference days is Maria Buidze at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Would you have any non-emergency questions or concerns, please feel welcome to send us an email to email@example.com.