Reminder: Deadline January 12 for proposing ISLS 2021 Pre-Conference Workshops & Tutorials and Interactive Tools & Demos

Dear members of ISLS, 
This is a reminder that you can still submit Proposals for Pre-Conference Workshops & Tutorials and Interactive Tools and Demos until January 12! 

For more information on Pre-Conference Workshops & Tutorials please visit: note, that in order to be maximally inclusive and accommodate participants across multiple time zones as well as to take into account time restrictions due to family duties, we may begin Pre-Conference Workshops the week prior to the conference. Thank you!
For more information on Interactive Tools and Demos please visit:
If you have any further questions concerning Pre-Conference Workshops & Tutorials and Interactive Tools and Demos, please contact co-chairs as listed on the conference website or contact the local conference chairs: [email protected]

With best wishes for the new year, 
Pre-Conference Workshops & Tutorials and Interactive Tools & Demos Co-Chairs

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