Guidelines for hybrid spaces

At the second Changing Worlds conference in 2015, we expected participants with a relatively wide range of backgrounds. These included not only demographic variables, but also individual biographies and socialisation in specific areas of life such as artists, activists, and academics (This list is not meant to imply that either of those three groups are homogenous in themselves). It meant that, in addition to questions of transgressive behaviour which we began to address in our ‘be nice’ policy, we felt that it might be helpful to make explicit that different participants might be used to different forms and formats of communication. Continue reading