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First, you need to decide which submission form to use. For most events, you’ll want to use the regular form. However, if you have an event that spans multiple days, times or locations, consider using the detailed submission form.
Examples of events that would require the detailed submission form
Workshop consisting of a series of four classes meeting over the course of a semester
Weekend LMI workshop that meets on Saturday and Sunday in two different classrooms due to scheduling purposes
A national, coordinated Cues on Tap in multiple cities.