6S 2020 Workshop Code of Conduct

For the 6S virtual workshop this year (2020), we are utilizing the following code of conduct for online workshops and conferences developed by Eleanor Armstrong and Divya M. Persaud (both University College London), and originally used at the...Read more

PECE Collaboration Agreement

This is the PECE collaboration agreement that lays out the general ethos of working in PECE (the open source software that STS Infrastructures relies on).

In participating in PECE projects which includes the 6S 2020 workshop...Read more

Instructions (also find video tutorials below)

Before beginning, you must already be registered in STS Infrastructures and a member of the 6S group. Find instructions on how to do that here.

  1. From your "Dashboard," add a text artifact.
  2. Title your text artifact with your name.
  3. Add your photo and collaboration bio (~1 paragraph) in the text box labeled "text." In the "critical commentary" text box you can add: "This is my collaboration bio as of XXXX [today's date]. I created this artifact to share with fellow participants in advance of the 6S pre-conference workshop. The full essay of collaboration bios can be found here."
  4. The collaboration bio should include your full names, affiliated institution(s), brief description of your project and/or research interests, skills you have that you can bring to a collaboration and why you are interested in engaging in 6S/4S.
  5. Make sure to use "Student Section of the Society for Social Studies of Science (6S)" as the Group audience for the artifact.
  6. Navigate back to this essay and add in your bio by clicking "Customize this page" at the bottom of this page --> Click the plus button icon at the top of the third column --> Click Add content in the left menu --> search for the title of your collaborative bio in the Content field and select it when it pops up --> Select mini-teaser instead of card for the format --> Click Add. Drag your bio to the bottom of the third column, and finally click Save at the bottom of the page.
  7. Video tutorials that walk you through this process are below. Email aokune [at] uci [dot] edu in case you need further assistance.
  8. Please see Angela Okune's collaboration bio to the right as an example.