Registration

Rates and Deadlines

We are proud to offer registration for BitCurator Users Forum 2020 at a sliding scale starting at $0. Register via Eventbrite: https://bitcuratorusersforum2020.eventbrite.com

Given the shift from in-person to an exclusively online event for BUF 2020, we are happy to offer a variety of registration tiers to take into account both the reality of newly diminished or unavailable professional development funds and the reduced cost of running an online event. For those that have not had any change in professional development funding and wish to provide additional support to the Forum and the BitCurator Consortium community, we have included our in-person registration rates from last year's BUF and a high-roller rate that is equivalent to the cost of in-person conference attendance.

Revenue generated through ticket sales contributes to Forum operating expenses and the sustainability of the community.

$0 - This tier is recommended for new professionals, students, and/or those who have no institutional funding for professional development.

$5 - This tier is recommended for attendees that wish to contribute towards offsetting conference costs but have limited or no institutional funding.

$25 - This tier is recommended for attendees that have not had any change in professional development funding.

In-person equivalent tiers for those wishing to support the Forum and community at a higher rate:

$50 - This tier is equivalent to the Student registration fee for BUF 2019.

$75 - This tier is equivalent to the BCC member registration fee for BUF 2019.

$100 - This tier is equivalent to the Non-member registration fee for BUF 2019.

$250 and above - Our high-roller tier is equivalent to the cost of some travel expenses and registration for an in-person BUF.

If the rate you wish to register at is not listed here, please contact Educopia directly.

Registration closes on October 2, 2020. We encourage you to register early. Although the Forum can accommodate up to 500 attendees, enrollment for some workshops will be capped (with waitlists). Links to the event will be sent via email to registrants in early October. The program is available here.