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#shareEGU20: commenting and what happens to your displays

#shareEGU20: commenting and what happens to your displays

Now that the week of #shareEGU20 is over, you may be wondering what happens to your display materials. As the materials have been uploaded to our new digital repository, EGUsphere, they will remain available online in their current format for the foreseeable future. Remember to check the copyright selected by the author if you want to interact with any of the uploads, and feel free to contact the ...[Read More]

#shareEGU20: top 10 tips for participants to get the most out of Sharing Geoscience Online

#shareEGU20: top 10 tips for participants to get the most out of Sharing Geoscience Online

So, you’ve taken the plunge – you have decided to upload your materials as an author, or committed to hosting your session with your fellow conveners, or perhaps started to add sessions to your personal programme as a participant. What comes next? Interacting with other researchers using one of our new platforms! During these final two weeks before the event, we are posting a variety of informatio ...[Read More]

#shareEGU20: comments on your display presentation

#shareEGU20: comments on your display presentation

Now that you have uploaded your presentation materials, you might start to get some comments! This is great news and is exactly how we hope people will use our format to share ideas about their research. If you are wondering about how you will be informed that your display presentation has comments, how to reply and what to do if you need to report a comment for violating the EGU’s Code of C ...[Read More]