In advance of the conference, please find some important details about getting to UOW below.
Revise will be held at the University of Wollongong, in Wollongong, NSW in the Communications Building, Building 20, in Lecture Hall 5 (20.5). From the bus stop, go straight down the ramp, past the car park, and down another ramp. Building 20 is directly across from the Library and Panizzi's Cafe. A registration table is set up directly outside 20.5 with nametags and conference booklets and will be staffed during breaks and lunch. For full details about the campus please see the University website: http://www.uow.edu.au. A campus map of UOW may be viewed at http://www.uow.edu.au/about/campusmap/index.html.
Getting to UOW
For those arriving by train, you will need to get off at North Wollongong Station. There is a bus stop at the train station with a free shuttle to the University, Route 9 (North Gong Shuttle). It is designed to connect with the train services at that station. Please see the complete schedule here: http://www.uow.edu.au/content/groups/public/@web/@bg/documents/doc/uow072724.pdf.
For those driving, there is parking available around the campus for a small fee. Please see the parking website for details: http://www.uow.edu.au/about/parking/parkingatwollongong/index.html. As we are currently out of session, there should be ample parking available.
For anyone coming from town or the Medina Hotel, Wollongong operates a free bus, called the Gong Shuttle, which travels around the city both clockwise (the 55A) and counter-clockwise (the 55C). It can be picked up any bus stop marked with a bright green ―Free Gong Shuttle‖ post, and travels between the University and the conference accommodation at the Medina Hotel on Market Street. Take the 55C to the University, and the 55A back to the Hotel. The free bus runs from 7am – 10pm, Monday – Friday and 8am – 6pm on weekends. For details on the Gong Shuttle, please see the service map here: http://www.uow.edu.au/content/groups/public/@web/@bg/documents/web/uow075896.pdf
Taxis are also easily available to get around Wollongong. Call (02) 4229 9311 to order a taxi.
For any further information, see the University‘s ―Getting to UOW guide here: http://www.uow.edu.au/about/transport/index.html.
Pre-Conference Workshop: "Premix: Experiments in Open Source Cultural Practice"
This workshop will be held in the afternoon of Wednesday, 1 December in the Creative Arts Building (Building 25) in Room 128 (25.128) beginning at 1.30pm. For details about this event check out the website here: http://www.uow.edu.au/arts/research/istr/workshops/UOW091225.html
Morning and afternoon tea and lunch will all be served in the foyer of the Communications Building. Vegetarian options are available.
Thursday evening, after the conference events have ended, we will move the UniBar (on campus) for Mashup! to have dinner, drinks, and enjoy conversation and remix performances by Buttress O’Kneel, Slapsista and Guy Sterling, and also a presentation of fan videos. This event will commence at 5.30pm, directly after the conference.
There will be a conference dinner held on Friday evening, beginning at 6.30pm at Ghedia’s Indian Restaurant, 2/123 Corrimal Street, Wollongong. This is just around the corner from the Medina Hotel, across from the Harp. The restaurant is fully licensed and also allows BYO for a corkage fee of $2.50pp.
Each presenter will be given 20 minutes to speak. After all the speakers in each panel have presented, questions will be held for 30 minutes at the end of the panel in a discussion format.
The conference room is fully equipped with a PC and a Mac, a data projector, screen, DVD player, and a whiteboard. You will be able to present using your own laptop, however, we encourage the use of the available computers. Please load your Powerpoint onto the computer in the room and check in with your panel chair before the session begins.
Please ensure that your mobile phones are either off or on silent during the panels and discussion sessions.
Revise attendees are able to access the University wireless using a guest account. A detailed document on how to connect for both Macs and PCs is available at the registration desk.
If you need help at any point, please don‘t hesitate to contact Arts Central in Building 19, Room 1050 or by phone at 4221 5328. If you need after-hours assistance contact Katie Freund at 0402 163 020 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Andrew Whelan at 0422 097 489