We are pleased that you would like to attend the Digital Society Symposium in Lund on 24–25 April. Below is some information we recommend you to review before attending the event.
April 27: Uncut versions of the symposium is available in the right margin of this web page. In Due time handouts from the LU-speakers also will be available at this web page. Interviews with speakers below.
Make sure you have received your ticket/name tag
We have continuously sent out tickets/name tags to the people who have signed up for the event. Make sure you have received your ticket/name tag and bring a printed copy with you, preferably in colour. If you have not received or cannot find your ticket, please contact us at email@example.com.
Comprehensive programs also the rest of the week
Before making specific travel arrangements for your visit to the symposium, have a look at the rest of the week’s programme at www.lunduniversity.lu.se/the-digital-society
Debatt i Lund 24 April is locally streamed with reservations
The evening of 24 April offers a star-studded Debatt i Lund with Lawrence Lessig and Carl Bildt, among others and it will probably be a full house. Therefore, we have made it possible for symposium attendees to reserve a seat at a local pub (Tegners Matsalar), located in the same building, where you can watch the live stream of the debate.
The symposium will be broadcast live online
Please note that the symposium will be broadcast live online and that it is possible to send in questions for the Q&A and panel discussions via Twitter #LU350 or through a special YouTube chat. We also encourage school classes to follow the debate and to actively participate online.
Let us know if you are unable to participate
We would like to know if you are planning on attending the symposium so that we can make any available places available to others who are interested. If you are unable to participate in one or several sessions, please let us know via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.