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The Meetings Code of Conduct and AGU Scientific Integrity and Ethics Policy [PDF] provide overall guidance for all meeting attendees and participants in the scientific community. However, AGU has specific guidelines for the use of social media and photography at all AGU meetings. We ask meetings participants, including those at AGU Fall Meeting, to follow the guidelines outlined below.
Learn more about AGU’s guidelines on photography and social media, last updated in 2018.
AGU members and authors of AGU publications must adhere to the AGU Scientific Integrity and Professional Ethics Policy.
We welcome social media use at AGU meeting, including live tweeting. Use includes all public settings such as the exhibit hall and receptions, and scientific settings such as oral and poster sessions, lectures, keynotes, and town halls.
In particular, we ask social media users to adhere to the following:
Permission is understood to be granted unless the following conditions apply:
Due to the fact that attendees often come in and out of the room during sessions, AGU recommends that presenters affix the “no photos” image provided by AGU on all slides to ensure that attendees are aware of the presenter’s preference.
Audio and video recording by individuals for personal use and for social media use is allowed only at social events, in the Exhibit Hall and in public spaces throughout the meeting. Audio and video recording can be disruptive to the presentation and the attendees, and in addition, there are legal considerations that preclude attendees from making recordings. The AGU GO program provides a controlled avenue for sharing science and presentations from the meeting. Video of selected sessions and lectures are made available free of charge to everyone. The following limitations and exceptions apply to audio/video recording: