Once you have created your account, you can log in.
Once logged in, you will see at the top an area with "Welcome" and your first name.
Click on this area and select "My participatory workshops" in the drop list.
You will then get a page entitled "My participatory workshops" with your possibly already submitted participatory workshop(s) or panel(s) and a "Add a new participatory workshop" button at the bottom of the page. Click on it.
Workshop proposals (800 words max.) include a presentation of the chosen theme, the pedagogical framework, the logistical support required, the workshop facilitators, the intended objectives, and the expected audience. For example, you can propose a workshop-debate, a citizen forum, a round table, focus groups, a collective reflection exercise, etc. A workshop can take any imaginable form!
Themes may be, for example a new technology, a new project a company or an entrepreneur wants to challenge with an audience, ethical stakes raised by robotization and AI in specific economic/social areas, art perspective on contemporary and future transformations, big data, policies and privacy, and any other topics and issues encountered by stakeholders in their field commitments…
Anyone who would eventually need some advice and feedback in setting up a participatory workshop can contact Prof. Jean-Charles Cailliez (firstname.lastname@example.org), Director of HEMiSF4iRE, the Design School of Lille Catholic University.
Once your participatory workshop is submitted, don't be surprised not to receive a confirmation email. If your proposal is registered in your personal space ("My workshops"), it means that it has been well received by the ETHConference2018 organisation team.