The next thing you know, it's a couple of weeks before the event and you're trying to work out what you should say to a group of postgraduate researchers dipping their toes into the digital world, possibly for the first time.
I feel fairly confident about my first session, introducing the audience to microblogging, talking about networks and doing the housekeeping, such as the #DR10 hashtag we hope is going to hold the day together.
I'm a little more scared about my second session on social bookmarking, not because I don't have enough to say on the topic, but because I was the idiot that suggested we should run these info sessions in PechaKucha format, and I don't have much experience of presenting in this demanding way.
OK, I don't have any experience of presenting in this demanding way :-|
The session that worries me most is my last one on intellectual property (meaning, as far as I'm concerned, Open Access, Creative Commons and Open Source). Even though I have 30 minutes for this one, I'm worried that I'm going to leave important stuff out. Which is why, apart from the fact that if I believe in social tools I should crowdsource these sessions anyway, I'm asking for your help. Given 30 minutes, what would you tell postgraduate researchers about intellectual property, and what resources would you point them at?