Hopefully these frequently asked questions will provide you answers. In the meantime, please send your questions to email@example.com. We also monitor the #uccsc channel on the UC Tech Slack. At the conference, we will staff an Information Booth in the Conference Center and friendly volunteers will be trained to answer just about any question posed to them.
What's the summer weather like in Davis?
Summer weather in Davis is typically hot and dry, but we do get nice Delta breezes in the evening. Average temperatures in mid-August are 92 during the day and 55 at night.
Is the opening reception dinner inside or outside?
The opening reception at the Good Life Garden is outside. Plan your clothing choices accordingly (you won't need a sweater). There are ample shady spots provided by the buildings and trees but it will likely be warm. Also, don't forget to wear sunscreen and bring insect repellent. (We will have sunscreen and bug repellent at registration too.)
Do the sessions include location information?
Not yet. Locations will be published after registration closes in early July. The largest rooms will be reserved for the sessions with the most interest.
Why should I add sessions to my schedule now?
Signing up for sessions in advance helps you manage your schedule and it also helps the conference organizers gauge interest in the sessions and assign them to the appropriate sized room space. Please sign up for sessions no later than two weeks prior to the conference so we can allocate the right amount of space for attendees.
How do I submit a proposal for a Birds of a Feather session? Is there a deadline?
How do I connect to WiFi at the conference?
We use eduroam at UC Davis. If you're an eduroam user you should automatically connect when you're on our campus. If you have questions about eduroam, consult this Knowledge Base article. If you're not an eduroam user, we also have a guest network called UCD-Guest Wireless.
Can I use my (other UC campus) parking permit at UC Davis?
Can you tell me more about the dorm rooms? Do they have air conditioning? Are they private rooms? Private bath?
Yes, the dorm rooms are air conditioned. Each room will be a private room, but there is no private bath. A group of rooms will share a common bathroom.
If I signed up for a dorm room, how do I know where I will be staying?
How far are the dorms from the conference venues?
Do the activities, like morning yoga, cost anything?
All conference activities are no charge.