Both days of the workshop will be held on the south side of the University of Colorado campus in the spacious and lovely Flatirons Room. The Flatirons Room is on the third floor of CU's new Center for Community. Both days of the workshop will be held on the south side of the University of Colorado campus in the spacious and lovely Flatirons Room. The Flatirons Room is on the third floor of CU's new Center for Community. Please note that when you enter the building through the (main) west entrance (the mountain side), you are already on the second floor. To get to the Flatirons Room, take the stairs or elevator up one level to the third floor and walk due west (if taking the elevator) or slightly to the right and then west (if taking the stairs). 

We ask you to bring a laptop for your presentation, as no laptop will be provided. Both HDMI and VGA cables are provided. Please bring necessary dongles. The room has a large screen and audio system, as well as a podium mic. 

There is wireless access throughout the Center for Community. You can use either eduroam or the UCB Guest Wireless network. Both will require you to authenticate from a web page that will pop up when you select the relevant network. 

The Center for Community is known in campus shorthand as C4C. C4C is a 320,000-square-foot building anchored by a 900-seat, street-market-style dining complex offering freshly prepared food in nine specialty dining stations, including Japanese, Italian, Brazilian and Persian offerings. Participants will be given tickets for lunch time dining at the C4C facility. The dining facility is the largest restaurant in the state, providing as many as 6,000 meals a day. Certified LEED Platinum, the C4C facility sits strategically between student dormitories and academic buildings, while the Flatiron Mountains serve as a dramatic backdrop. C4C offers cafes, lounges and terraces for relaxation, inspiring views and refreshments. A fast guest wireless network is available throughout C4C. 

C4C is just a 9-minute walk from the Boulder Downtown Marriott Hotel, although rides between the workshop site and the hotel will be offered. The conference program will feature two 'light meal' breaks per day, served in the Flatirons Room (a mid-morning break and an afternoon break).