[galaxy-announce] GCC2016 Training Day Topic Nominations are now open

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[galaxy-announce] GCC2016 Training Day Topic Nominations are now open

Dave Clements
Hello all,

The 2016 Galaxy Community Conference (GCC2016) features two full days of training on June 26-27. Each day will have multiple tracks, with each track featuring several sessions throughout the day. GCC2016 will be held at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, United States.

GCC2016 Training topics are nominated by you, the Galaxy Community. 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. 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

Please nominate a topic now! 

Nominated topics will be published as they come inTopic nomination closes Friday, October, 16.. Topics will be compiled into a uniform list by the GCC2016 Organizing Committee, and topics will be voted on by the Galaxy Community from October 26 through November 6.

Topics will then be selected and scheduled based on topic interest, and the organisers' ability to confirm instructors for each session.  Some very popular sessions may be scheduled more than once. The final schedule will be posted before registration opens.

Looking forward to a stellar set of nominations, and hoping to see you in Bloomington,

GCC2016 Exec Committee

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Re: [galaxy-announce] GCC2016 Training Day Topic Nominations are now open

Dave Clements
Hello all,

Just a final reminder that GCC2016 Training Topics are determined by you, the Galaxy Community, and that Training Topic Nomination closes this Friday.  So far we have 8 nominated topics:

If you don't see the topics you want offered, then please nominate those topics this week.
  
Thanks, and hope to see you at GCC2016!

Dave C



On Mon, Sep 28, 2015 at 11:34 AM, Dave Clements <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello all,

The 2016 Galaxy Community Conference (GCC2016) features two full days of training on June 26-27. Each day will have multiple tracks, with each track featuring several sessions throughout the day. GCC2016 will be held at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, United States.

GCC2016 Training topics are nominated by you, the Galaxy Community. 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. 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

Please nominate a topic now! 

Nominated topics will be published as they come inTopic nomination closes Friday, October, 16.. Topics will be compiled into a uniform list by the GCC2016 Organizing Committee, and topics will be voted on by the Galaxy Community from October 26 through November 6.

Topics will then be selected and scheduled based on topic interest, and the organisers' ability to confirm instructors for each session.  Some very popular sessions may be scheduled more than once. The final schedule will be posted before registration opens.

Looking forward to a stellar set of nominations, and hoping to see you in Bloomington,

GCC2016 Exec Committee

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