Please only check both boxes if you've already been in conversation with an organizer to attend both workshops.
Airline and Flight Details
This first section will assist us in purchasing flights. Please write details EXACTLY as written on the government ID (i.e., driver's license or passport) that you will use on days of travel, otherwise TSA may not permit you to board your flight. By default, we choose flight plans that ensure participants will arrive the Sunday before Day 1 of the workshop and expect departures from the area the Saturday following the workshop's conclusion.
Must match EXACTLY as written on the government ID (i.e., driver's license or passport) that you will use on days of travel.
This is the email to receive your airline ticket details.
Must match EXACTLY the government ID used for travel. Note that each airline has restricted options.
Note: We will attempt to accommodate any airline requests to the best our budget allows.
List any preferred flight details (such as flight plans), preferred, airplane seating, or frequent flier information.
Per Diem and Ground Transportation
We do our best to account for travel expenses (such as air travel and group meals), but we may have to reimburse you for mileage to/from your departure airport, and some meals will be on your own. The information below will enable us to reimburse these individual costs.
Necessary because there are different forms for reimbursing U.S. and International vendors.
Please ensure this is a working mailing address.
IndigiData 2023 Participant Details for Program
We will prepare a program that includes all participants' details for distribution to workshop attendees. Help us by providing details EXACTLY as you wish them to appear. We will copy and paste directly from this form.
Maximum of 30 words. This will be copied and pasted directly from this form.
Every workshop day begins and ends with a cultural affirmation. We invite participants to volunteer for this role, if interested. This could include saying a blessing, reading a poem, sharing a song, etc.
Note: These sizes are according to the company that we use to print workshop t-shirts. If you're requesting a women's size, it might be a good idea to order one size larger than you usually wear.
Feel free to leave blank if not applicable.
Please let us know if you have any questions, comments, or concerns about participating.
Social Media Guidelines
Social Media Guidelines
We encourage the use of social media during the IndigiData workshop as a way to share information about the program. Please abide by the following IndigiData social media guidelines.
IndigiData is comprised of two workshops: InigiData MN and Indigidata WA. While neither of these has its own handle, we will tag @IndigiData
- Follow IndigiData on Twitter (@IndigiData) and use the #IndigiData2023 hashtag to follow the latest updates and join in the conversation about the workshop.
- Follow The Native BioData Consortium on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/NativeBioData
- Blog, tweet, or post on Facebook about what you are hearing and learning at IndigiData, but do not share under circumstances outlined (in the "Don't" section) below.
- Respect when speakers ask that entire talks, specific details, or slides not be shared.
- Communicate with respect and consideration for others, and keep criticism constructive, gentle, and in-person rather than online. Every attendee has been vetted and deserves to participate fully without fear of "call-outs" on social media, even if you disagree with their perspective or believe they have made a mistake.
- Remember that views expressed during the workshop belong to the individual and not necessarily to IndigiData. Please be mindful to attribute thoughts and ideas correctly when using the @IndigiData handle.
Individuals who participate in IndigiData's social media/online networking are expected to:
- Don't capture, transmit, or redistribute comments or conversations held where participants have reasonable expectations of confidentiality or privacy, e.g. talking circles. Conversations among participants and faculty and comments/questions shared during group discussion are off-limits for public disclosure unless one gets explicit permission to share them. This ensures a safer space and allows participants to feel comfortable speaking up.
- Don't capture, transmit, or redistribute data presented at the meeting unless you were given explicit permission to do so, as this may preclude its later publication in a scientific journal.
- Don't publicly post copyrighted or trademarked material, or material protected by other intellectual property rights.
- Don't engage in rudeness, slander, or personal attacks.
- Don't disparage or assume bad intentions on the part of any IndigiData participant or faculty.
- Don't tag individuals in photos or posts unless they have given you permission. Many of the posts are public, so we want to be respectful of individual privacy.
- Maintain a courteous and respectful demeanor in their comments or posts.
- Contribute value, ideas, and/or expertise.
- Represent themselves and their organizations/communities truthfully and professionally.
- Recognize that participants in IndigiData-related social media discussions include genomics and Indigenous communities; our allies both inside out and outside of the academy; policymakers, members of the media, publishers, and the general public.
Derogatory, demeaning, inflammatory, offensive, disrespectful, or otherwise inappropriate comments will not be tolerated.
The views and opinions posted related to IndigiData on social media do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, or policies of IndigiData, its Advisory Council, partners, sponsors, or other committees. IndigiData reserves the right to remove comments it deems, in its sole discretion, to be inappropriate.