Land Acknowledgement Recommendation
CALM has developed a standard Land Acknowledgement for the entire conference along with a recommended action. We encourage presenters to consider including a land acknowledgement statement at the beginning of their presentation. These acknowledgements may include a statement about where the presenter/presenters are located (https://native-land.ca/) and an action they are taking to support Indigenous communities. CALM would like to share a list of all Indigenous communities recognized and actions taken or recommended by presenters for the 2022 conference: this information can be submitted here.
Native Land is a resource to learn more about Indigenous territories, languages, lands, and ways of life.
Tech Training for Presenters
Technology training will be held on Wednesday 4/20 at 7pm.
Tech Tips for Presenters
Check out this handy-dandy tip sheet.
Download a Zoom background that matches the CALM color scheme. Thanks to Kaetrena Davis Kendrick for designing and sharing!
If you would like to match the CALM color scheme, you can find a Google Drive template here, including slides that indicate whether or not your session will be recorded.
Live Session Support
CALM volunteers will be present in each session to help monitor participation and provide technical support.