NatSCA Conservation Twitter Conference

Call for Papers: NatSCA Conservation Twitter Conference, January 2021

#NatSCAConservation

NatSCA is hosting a Twitter conference which aims to promote projects and stories relating to the conservation of natural history collections. The subject of each submission can be as diverse as the field of natural history itself, from storage projects, preventative work, treatments, new innovations, or to how recent world health events are shaping the way we work with collections. Join us for this great opportunity to explore conservation work relating to the range of natural materials including bone, taxidermy, fluid preserved collections, geology, botany and entomology.

Call for Submissions

We are inviting you to propose presentations hosted on Twitter that are 5-10 tweets in length (max. 280 characters per tweet) or a 5-10 minute video. Each tweet should be accompanied by an image or illustrative figure.
Please provide your Twitter handle in form below. If a participant does not have a Twitter account, then the NatSCA Conservation Committee can schedule the tweets through the NatSCA twitter account.
The language of the conference is English.

Please complete the form (.docx) and send to the email below. Selected abstracts for presentations will be given a date and time for posting tweets and a full conference schedule will be advertised beforehand.
Presenters will be given additional tweeting guidelines once the conference schedule has been arranged.
Deadline for submissions is 30th November 2020

Please send your completed form, or any queries to conservation@natsca.org