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Logistics

Travel, parking, hotels, etc.

Program

Schedule and agendas

Workspace

Working documents and links

Post Conference Notes

Captured flip-charts and notes

Confirmed Dates: April 22 - 24

Confirmed venue: The Talaris Conference Center (Google Maps link), Seattle, WA - Maple Room

Logistics: Hotels, Parking, Travel  - See this PowerPoint for Parking and Directions:  Parking Map & Directions-Main Building, Lodge Guestrooms.ppt

Travel

See this PowerPoint for Parking and Directions:  Parking Map & Directions-Main Building, Lodge Guestrooms.ppt

The conference center is east of the main University of Washington campus. Directions to the UW:

ParkingParking at the conference center is complimentary.
Hotels

NOTE: The Venue Has Changed!

You can stay at the new conference venue:

http://www.talarisconferencecenter.com/

See the Spring F2F Hotel Page for details. The UW does have a price agreement with several hotels close to campus.  (I do not care for the Deca Hotel.  It isn't bad but it also isn't good. YMMV. - ed.)

Transportation

If you are driving at rush hour, give yourself extra time, especially if you plan to take I-5.

For bus and light rail service, see Google Maps transit information or the King County Metro Trip Planner. The mobile app OneBusAway is very handy for bus arrival times.

Seattle has ZipCar and Car2Go coverage, if you are a member of those services.

Other Info

The U-District has a lot of "college" restaurants. Nearby is University Village - an open-air mall with several better restaurants. The nearby neighborhood of Wallingford has lots of good restaurants.

There are two small art galleries on campus.

Rowing is really big in the area and you can always go to a bridge and watch crew.

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  1. Note: Heidi Barta, UW will facilitate the first ½ day.

    • Set goals for the meeting, 
    • define outcomes, 
    • define work processes, 
    • identify and prioritize topics, 
    • assign leads for topics
    • Review current work / wiki