Conference attendees can access Wifi in two ways: SSID: eduroam The University of Toronto is also an EduRoam institution, so you may also use your own Eduroam credentials if you have them. SSID: UofT You may also use the UofT network via the following credentials for the duration of the conference: you may have to … Continue reading →Conference Wifi Access
Seeing a Jays game is a great way to enjoy the city, especially when the roof is open, and with a beer and hotdog in your hands. The Jays are in town, and playing the Orioles on Saturday and Sunday, and the Twins Monday-Wednesday. Use this link to get tickets through MLB’s site, or find … Continue reading →A Jays game is a great way to enjoy Toronto!
Toronto’s a great city, but it can be a challenge to navigate. Driving can be frustrating due to traffic and construction, but if you are driving, make sure you’re aware of the number one rule: don’t pass stopped streetcars at a stop. You’ll be honked at mercilessly. UBER and UBERPool operate in the city fairly well, and … Continue reading →Getting Around Toronto
Planning a holiday either before or after ProComm 2018? Ontario has great places to visit and great shows to see. The Stratford Festival, well-known for its Shakespeare productions is much more than that. This year, you can take in musicals like The Music Man or The Rocky Horror Show, American classics like To Kill a Mockingbird … Continue reading →Ontario is the Place for Summer Theatre
To account for the extended abstract submission deadline, we’ve updated submission dates for the various types of submissions for ProComm 2018. You’ll be receiving your notifications of acceptance soon as we sort through the review process through ExOrdo, our conference management system. For those submitting only Extended Abstracts, your camera ready submission is due: May … Continue reading →Revised Submission and Feedback Timelines
Abstracts serve an important purpose in published papers: they give readers a quick way to determine whether they should keep reading by providing a snapshot of the document’s relevance and key conclusions. When written for a proposed paper or presentation, a solid abstract serves a similar purpose, by persuading the reviewer of the relevance of … Continue reading →Writing your Abstract
Toronto is a city of proud neighbourhoods. I have lived in three of Canada’s greatest cities. I grew up in Montreal, lived for twenty-five years in Vancouver and now I live – and love living – in Toronto. Montreal is one of the most exciting cities in the world, a uniquely French twist on the … Continue reading →A City of Proud Neighbourhoods