Please nominate training topics for GCC2019 by Dec 31

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Please nominate training topics for GCC2019 by Dec 31

Dave Clements-2
Hi All,

The 2019 Galaxy Community Conference (GCC2019) will be held in be held in Freiburg, Germany, 1-6 July. Like previous Galaxy Community Conferences, GCC2019 will feature invited keynotes, accepted talks, posters, demos, birds-of-a-feather gatherings and training. The format of GCC2019 will be a bit different than the previous years: it starts with 1 day of training and then 3 days with more specialized training sessions aligned with talks. You can read more about the new format on the conference FAQ.

The training topics that are offered are determined by the community so BY YOU!

Please give some thought to what topics you would like to see offered, or that you would like to offer, and then submit them as topic nominations.

Nominated topics can cover a wide range. For example:

  • Introduction to Using Galaxy
  • Scientific topic oriented trainings
  • Community specific trainings
  • Development and administration around Galaxy
  • Train the trainers

This list only shows some examples. Any topic of interest to the Galaxy Community can be nominated and you are encouraged to nominate more than one topic. If you are looking for ideas, see the topic nominated in: 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013 and the Galaxy Events page.

Training nomination is open from December, 1st to December, 31. Topics will be compiled into a uniform list by the GCC2019 Organizing Committee, and topics will be voted on by the Galaxy Community from January, 15th to January, 31st.


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