Live Streaming Policy

ICERM streams lectures live on the Internet via our website. If a speaker does not wish to have their presentation streamed they may OPT OUT via the form in Cube. They will be required to log in to their Cube account to do so. Presenters whose talks will be live-streamed are notified via email of their option to opt-out once ICERM staff schedules them for a published talk in Cube.  For talks with more than one presenter, if any presenter opts out, the talk will not be streamed. Opt-outs should be submitted 24 hours prior to the scheduled time of the talk in order to ensure staff has ample time to process the request.  

Specific information regarding different types of talks follows below:


Virtual lectures: will be live-streamed as a matter of course, due to the technology involved. 
Tutorials: will be streamed on a case-by-case basis, as determined by the tutorial leader and the event organizers. The decision should be relayed to ICERM staff no later than 24 hours before the panel is scheduled. 
Live streaming of public lectures: will be handled on a case-by-case basis, depending on logistical considerations, in consultation with the speaker. 

Panels: are not live-streamed by default. Moderators for panel discussions should coordinate with panelists to decide whether or not to stream and relay the decision to ICERM staff no later than 24 hours before the panel is scheduled.

Seminars: will not be live-streamed unless specifically requested by the speaker. This request should be made to ICERM staff no later than 24 hours before the presentation

Lighting talks, project sessions, problem/discussion sessions, and group work: are not live-streamed due to the large number of presenters involved. 

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Created 2 November 2022 18:55:35
Updated 3 November 2022 14:16:15