Training Day topics are nominated by you <http://bit.ly/gcc2014tdnom>, the
Galaxy Community. Please take a minute to nominate a topic. Any topic of
interest to the Galaxy Community can be nominated and you are encouraged to
nominate more than one topic. If you are looking for ideas, see
what was offered at
what topics were nominated in 2013 <http://bit.ly/1i2j1gN>, and
the Events <http://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Events> and the Events
Nominated topics will be published on the Training
as they come in. *Nominations close December 20*. Topics will be compiled
into a uniform list by the GCC2014 Organizing Committee, and topics will be
posted and voted on by the Galaxy Community, January 6-17.
Nominate a topic now! <http://bit.ly/gcc2014tdnom>
Topics will then be selected and scheduled based on topic interest, and the
organizers' ability to confirm instructors for each session. Some very
popular sessions may be scheduled more than once. The final schedule will
be posted before registration opens.
See you in Baltimore!
The 2014 Galaxy Community Conference
(GCC2014)<http://galaxyproject.org/gcc2014>will be held at the
of Johns Hopkins University <http://jhu.edu/>, inBaltimore,
United States, from June 30 through July 2, 2014.
Galaxy Community Conferences are an opportunity to participate in
presentations, discussions, poster sessions, keynotes, lightning talks and
bird-of-a-feather gatherings, all about high-throughput biology and the
tools that support it.
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