Islandoracon attendees are expected to adhere to the Islandora Community Code of Conduct. Because this is a live event, we have additional guidelines to ensure a safe and productive conference:
Be mindful of your fellow attendees. Please cede accessible spaces/seating to those who need them.
If you notice a dangerous situation or someone in distress, please report it to conference organizers or the Islandoracon Response Team.
No harassing photography or recordings. Please ask before taking a picture or recording.
Islandoracon is an international conference. While English is the primary language spoken, it is not the native language of everyone in our community. Please work to express yourself simply and remember that unnecessary use of jargon and slang will be a barrier to understanding for many of your colleagues.
Please be sensitive to the fact that the international nature of the community means that we span many different social norms around language and behaviour and we should strive to conduct ourselves, online and in person, in ways that are unlikely to cause offence.
If someone is causing distress or is in violation of the Community Code of Conduct, you can report the incident via our reporting form (please be advised, the response time via the form may be more than 24 hours), or you can talk to anyone on the Islandoracon Response Team. Team members will be identified by a red lanyard on their conference badges. If you believe someone is in immediate danger please contact law enforcement first. The number for emergency services in Vancouver is 911.
With credit to the Samvera Connect CoC for some adapted clauses
Islandoracon Response Team
- Melissa Anez
- Janice Banser
- Jonathan Green
- Micheal Kemezis
- Don Richards