If you’re unable to attend this year’s eResearch Australasia conference in person there’s no need to miss the keynote presentations. The Australian Research Collaboration Service (ARCS) is broadcasting and enabling virtual participation in select presentations via EVO.
Participate in eResearch Australasia 2010 via EVO
eResearch Australasia is our region’s biggest and best eResearch conference. This year’s conference is themed “21st Century Research — Where Computing Meets Data”.
Beginning at 11:00am today NZ time, you can join the “eResearch Australasia 2010 Conference Presentations” meeting in the ARCS/AARNet EVO Community to attend virtually. ARCS also will broadcast these presentations to the international research community through the Universe EVO Community to help raise awareness of eResearch activity in Australasia.
For a list of Prince room presentation topics and times, go to: https://df.arcs.org.au/quickshare/4485fb34acae7e3b/eResearch%20Australasia%20Conference%20EVO%20Schedule.odt
How to use EVO
EVO is a desktop collaboration service. You can find out more about EVO on the BeSTGRID website at: https://www.bestgrid.org/collaboration/evo. AVCC also has information about installing EVO at:
If you don’t have an EVO account you can get one with a simple three-step process:
- Register for EVO at https://evo.arcs.org.au/evoAU/Profile/register.jsp
- Wait five minutes, check your email for an EVO message and click on the authentication link
- Start EVO from http://evo.arcs.org.au/evoAU/