We’d love to hear your thoughts on social media throughout the conference. Please use #ConstellationsSummit on your posts.
Below you can see a list of browsers the service is compatible with. We usually recommend attending the events through your laptop/pc as we don’t guarantee it will work on mobile.
Note: requires recent versions of Chrome and Firefox, and Safari 11 or greater.
Code of Conduct
Constellations is committed to building community, and creating a safe and positive experience for all attendees and presenters. In order to achieve this goal, we have put together a code of conduct and session norms.
Code of Conduct
- No comments that reinforce social structures of domination (related to gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age, religion, etc.) will be tolerated.
- In all social interactions, before engaging, introduce yourselves to those you don’t know, and ensure others have a chance to introduce themselves as well. You are invited to send direct messages to your fellow attendees, but please be respectful in doing so.
- Don’t spam the chat! Please invite people to connect with you, visit your session, or visit your booth in a courteous manner.
- Respect people’s names and pronouns when addressing them. Pro tip: add your pronouns to your bio!
- Do not demand that someone enable their video. Sharing video is optional for all attendees.
- Do not continue one-on-one communication if you have been requested to stop.
Participants should be mindful of the following:
- Sessions are recorded.
- By default, you are a viewer. Please use the chat to interact with the presenter and moderator.
- If you join on screen, please keep your microphone muted when you are not speaking with the presenter. Video is recommended but optional.
- Remain professional and respectful. Monitor your own airtime and make sure that all voices have a chance to be heard.
- The event staff will monitor for code of conduct violations and enforce them as described below. If you observe someone violating the code of conduct or session norms, do the following:
- Decide whether you can manage the conflict yourself by pointing to the code of conduct. In some cases, it is best to assume that someone did not intend to violate the rule or do harm; asking for clarification or a change in behavior may resolve the conflict.
- If you do not feel comfortable managing the conflict, or your attempts to manage the conflict have failed, please send a direct message in Hopin to one of the following individuals: Lien Diaz, La’Isla Emeruem, Bryan Cox, Ko Hassan.
- Constellations staff will determine an appropriate action. This includes, but is not limited to deleting the comments, disabling the attendee from being able to post in the chat, and removal from the event.
- Please note if you are removed from the event due to a code of conduct violation, the Constellations Center reserves the right to not permit your participation in future Constellations events.
- This code of conduct is not exhaustive or final, it can be updated by Constellations staff at any time.