Hands-On Workshops are innovative sessions that provide attendees with opportunities to practice the latest methods and gain hands-on experience to better understand and apply the techniques learned in these workshops and labs to their working practice.
Each workshop is typically divided into four (or more) stations and led by a faculty expert. Groups of attendees will rotate through the stations and interact with apparatus, devices, and equipment to practice new methods. These workshops are 3.5 hours long and typically have 4-8 speakers (1 or 2 faculty leaders per station). Station leaders can be increased if necessary to the learning scope and objectives, but this is a number provided as general guidance.