The main focus of your experience report should be your experiences. We want to hear about something that happened to you, about the context it happened in, about your thoughts and feelings during all of it.
If you have any questions, or if you want feedback on the experience report you are preparing, feel free to contact the content owner of the peer conference.
Your experience report does not need to be a PowerPoint slide deck (unless you want it to be)
NWEWT #4 introduces the option of presenting your experience report in different formats, such as an experiential workshop, interactive workshop or ritual dissent.
While preparing your experience report, be aware that during the peer conference itself an Intellectual Property (IP) agreement applies. The full text can be found here: https://nwewt.wordpress.com/ip-agreement/.
In essence it says that all participants are free to share the content of the peer conference as long as they list all participants as contributors. So be careful not to share any proprietary or confidential material you don’t want to be made public.
Please let the rest of the attendees know if there any parts of your report that you do not wish to be shared wider – this is a safe environment, built on trust & transparency.
Presentations and facilitated discussion
After presenting your experience report, which should take about 15 to 20 minutes, a facilitated discussion will follow. This discussion is the time for questions, comments, reflections, and critiques from all participants. In most cases this will take longer than the actual presentation.
Please note that it rarely happens that all prepared experience reports are presented. The structure of the conference is intentionally flexible. This allows the organizers to develop the theme in a variety of ways (such as having brainstorm or breakout sessions).
Reproduced from the DWEWT Experience Report page