Continuing the Journey

To foster a more transparent, inclusive and creative way to employ open science in the scientific community, AGU has implemented a continuation of AGU23 to allow all registered attendees the opportunity to collaborate and network in a virtual format. This journey is an extension of AGU23 that provides a safe and fun way for scientists to share their research and data amongst fellow colleagues during the live online sessions. 

Know Before You Attend

AGU23 Continuing the Journey will take place 22-25 January 2024. It is open to all persons who registered for the annual meeting by 15 December 2023. Additional tickets were available for purchase during the registration process for the various workshops being offered. 

Before the Meeting

Build Your Schedule

View the program agenda of online poster sessions and select keynote panels, learning workshops, and town halls to build your personal schedule. If you have started a schedule in Confex, it will sync with the AGU Events mobile app and online platform. Make sure to use the same email address you used for registration.

A schedule at a glance is also available for viewing. 

Time Zone

All AGU23 Continuing the Journey events will be hosted in Pacific Standard Time (PST), which is 3 hours behind Eastern Standard Time (New York).

The Vimeo agenda will default to the attendee's local time zone.

Create a free Vimeo Account

All online poster sessions for Continuing the Journey will take place in Vimeo. A Vimeo account must be created to attend and present. Those accessing Vimeo in China, will need to establish a VPN connection. We recommend you create your free account prior to Monday, 22 January to familiarize yourself with it.

Using a Computer? Set up a Bookmark

Bookmark the AGU23 website and click on the link to enter the online meeting platform. 

  • Use Chrome or Safari for the best viewing experience. 
  • Turn off any ad or pop-up blockers. Leaving this on might incorrectly block event-related content or functionality.
  • Log in with the same email address and password you used to register for AGU23. 

Using a mobile device? Download the app

Search for AGU Events in the Apple Store or Google Play.

  • Make sure your device is running iOS Version 15+ or Android Version 9+. Note that some Android devices with limited memory are not supported (e.g. Moto G4 & Moto G5. 
  • Log in with the same email address and password you used to register for AGU23. 

During the Meeting

Accessibility Needs

View our accessibility page for information on how to access services.

Code of Conduct

All registered attendees have agreed to the AGU23 Code of Conduct. We ask that AGU23 participants be patient, demonstrate openness to others' ideas, ask questions and be safe.

Contact us if you need help

We are here to help! For technical questions about Vimeo, please contact the virtual support team. If you have questions about your session or the scientific program for the meeting, please contact the scientific program team. For all other questions, please connect with us online.

We look forward to virtually hosting you!

Session Formats

AGU23 Continuing the Journey will offer various session formats that foster and encourage discussion. 

Online Poster Sessions

This session format provides presenters with the opportunity to create interactive presentations to display their research using high-resolution images, videos and animations, voice-over narrations and scrolling content. 

During this session, brief presentations will be followed by a moderated group discussion. Presenters also have the option to schedule additional online chat times throughout the duration of the journey. 

Learning Workshops

These workshops will provide professional development skills-building opportunities to explore practical skills in open science, community science, science advocacy or inclusive science. To attend these post-conference workshops, an additional ticket was required during registration. 

Kick-Off Event: Climate Grief and Resilience in a World of Warning Signals

A growing body of evidence is fueling concerns on how our changing climate threatens human well-being with anxiety, depression, and other manifestations of "darkness." This serious but fun AGU23 Learning Workshop, taking place virtually on 22 January from 1:00 - 2:30 PM PT, will help foster a sense of direction as a community focused on constructively understanding and responding to climate grief.

Town Halls

Town Halls are events that are best for collecting feedback or raising awareness for individuals from government agencies, academic programs, special projects and other focused interest groups via presentation or panel discussion.

Learning Sessions

Learning sessions are free workshops which will provide early career and students opportunities to explore topics to advance their careers.


Evaluate Student Presentations 

AGU needs volunteers like you to provide feedback on AGU23 student presentations in the Outstanding Student Presentation Award (OSPA) program. There are currently over 300 OSPA presentations that still need a reviewer. 

You can sign up to review presentations in the online sessions, presentations you saw at AGU23 in person, or presentations that have been uploaded to the OSPA platform. 

All AGU23 attendees (including students) may volunteer. The deadline to submit evaluations is 31 January.

Learn more and sign up to review today!