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Revision as of 06:41, 11 July 2019
Chair : Adrian Rennie
Session Plenary overview : Introduction to Dissemination
There were 11 participants in the breakout group.
A youtube channel has been created : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwECVEHm8JhMCyGiqfZQYVQ
- A major conclusion of the break-out discussion was that information is needed for people that are unaware of small-angle scattering but could make use of it. Such people will not search for terms such as SAXS, SANS or GISAS but will be looking to find ways to characterize materials and understand their properties. Links to this relevant information need to be made.
- Apart from the general discussion there were a number of specific ideas for material that could be provided via links on the SAS portal:
- Virtual catalogue of case studies. This can build on material made available by facilities and national scattering societies. Press releases about work could also be catalogued and, possibly, even archived.
- Several schools and courses have developed experiments that are used as part of their teaching activities. Protocols and tutorial from these courses could be linked.
- Press officers at facilities and elsewhere often have relevant information and might be able to assist.
In order to make progress with the necessary aims it is planned first organise one or two conference calls amongst interested participants prior to organising a 'code-camp' at which extensive revisions of the portal content will be implemented. Paul Butler will arrange a doodle poll to schedule the initial call(s).