Thursday, November 20:

Time

Description

8:30a

Berkeley Campus, Dwinelle, Rm. 370 <breakfast>

9:00a

Jess makes some ridiculous intro remarks (context)

10:00a

Mike Elledge conversation around a11y

11:00a

continue conversation and break into group work

12:00p

<lunch> brought to the room

1:30p

context for activities moving forward

2:30p

afternoon activity

 

FLUID BOARD MTG. in a separate room

3p

<coffee and cookies and tea and fruit>

3:30p

check-in with full group

4p

Christian Crumlish

7:30p

<dinner with group at Levende downtown oakland>

Friday, November 21:

Time

Description

8:30a

Berkeley campus, Dwinelle, Rm. 370 <breakfast>

9:30a

Colin Clark leads a discussion around the framework and all that it is

11:00a

VU show off some videos if they have them

12p

<lunch> brought to the room

1p

afternoon group work

3p

<coffee tea cookies and fruit>

3:30p

check-in with full group

4p

group thing

 

<dinner recommendations for folks on their own tonight>

Saturday, November 22:

Time

Description

8:30a

Berkeley campus, Dwinelle, Rm. 370 <breakfast>

9:30a

Clayton Lewis leads a discussion around cognitive disabilities

12p

<lunch> brought to the room

1p

afternoon group work

3p

check-in with full group

~4p

(short day leave a bit early for an activity in San Fran)
Group activity in the city

 

<dinner recommendations in the city folks dining on own>

Please add materials if you need them:
wireless for ~25
laptops for ~15?
whiteboards and whiteboard markers
large easel sized post-it pads
post-it notes of variety of colors and sizes
markers, pencils...
name tags for first day
projectors
room setup (one big long table would be great)
dividing room, chairs and tables
setup a laptop to always be projected and wired in to connect to breeze via ethernet, not wireless

draft agenda for June meeting

22nd
Meet and Greet (team introductions)
JT intro to the project
team activity
lunch
advisory panel roundtable after lunch with particular design questions Core Team, Advisory Panel, and Fluid Engage board

Monday night activity in Toronto –

23rd
More museum context design activities for core team, Advisory Panel, and Fluid Engage board
technical/architectural walkthrough
lunch
Board meeting

24th
working day for core team members Design and Development
(if feasible given travel and budget)

25th
working day for core team members Design and Development
(if feasible given travel and budget)

26th
working day for core team members Design and Development
(if feasible given travel and budget)

Toronto Hotel Suggestions

Many of the following hotels offer discounted "university rates" to visiting faculty and students to the University of Toronto. Discounted rates can be obtained with student/faculty identification. In some cases, they may require further proof from the University of Toronto that you are indeed a guest of the University. In such cases, please feel free to email Pat Murray and we will be happy to send a letter to the hotel on behalf of the conference to verify the nature of your visit. Please include a list naming the specific hotel as well as the names of each member of your group. The quoted rates listed below are in Canadian dollars and should be checked individually with the respective hotels.

As far as recommendations go, the Holiday Inn and the Madison Manor are the closest to campus and have worked well for our guests in the past.
Holiday Inn

$119.00 and up (Mention U of T)
280 Bloor Street West
416-968-0010
1-800-356-3584 (Canada / United States)

The Madison Manor Boutique Hotel

$149.00
20 Madison Avenue
416 922-5579
1-877-561-7048 (Canada / United States)

Days Inn

$99.00 (mention ATRC or U of T)
30 Carlton Street
416-977-6655

Delta Chelsea

$155.00 (University rate, requires letter of proof, can be faxed ahead)
33 Gerrard Street West
+1-800-Chelsea

Sutton Place

$170.00 (University rate, mention University of Toronto)
955 Bay St.
+1-416-924-9221
+1-800-268-3790

Howard Johnson

$89 (University rate, must be reserved by U of T)
89 Avenue Road
+1-416-964-1220