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Campbell Collaboration Colloquium 2013 Program

The 2013 Campbell Colloquium will feature 3 days of training, plenary speakers, panel sessions, posters,
and more!  Schedule

We are honored to have multiple plenary speakers this year. Over the course of the three days, eight speakers from around the world and the United States will address a wide range of policy and practice issues. Each plenary speaker is affiated with one of our coordinating groups, so all conference
participants will have something to look forward to! 

Day 1 & Day 2 (May 21 – May 22)

Training Sessions

The first two days will feature training sessions designed for both introductory and knowledgeable systematic reviewers. 10 sessions featuring 12 leading systematic review and meta-analysis methodologists will cover a wide variety of topics. More information about each session, including the trainer’s bio, can be found by clicking the link below.

Poster Sessions

We will also hold the poster session during the first day. Poster presenters will participate in the inaugural poster contest where conference participants will vote for the best poster. Winners of the poster contest will receive a cash prize and be announced in front of the Gala dinner on the second day.

Day 3 (May 23)

Panel Sessions

Over the third day, conference participants will attend panel sessions with each of the coordinating groups. These sessions will present competed reviews and methodological discussions from active systematic reviewers and methodologists. The sessions are designed to engage participants in an active discussion with the presenters to learn first-hand about the process of conducting a Campbell review.

Social Events

The Colloquium will feature multiple social events for the participants. The first day will feature a graduate
student reception where students will meet all the student participants for networking opportunities. Immediately following the student reception, we will hold our Opening Reception, sponsored by American Institutes for Research.

The second day will also feature two social events. Participants will travel, free of charge, to the Lake Shore Campus for a cocktail hour and Gala Dinner. Busses will depart at 6:30 from 25 E. Pearson St. and return to the Marriott hotel at 9:30 and 10:15. There is no dress code but business formal attire is suggested. 

The Gala Dinner will include the Campbell Collaboration Awards Ceremony.

We look forward to seeing you in Chicago!

Full Program (PDF)

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School of Education
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