The workshop will be held in 105 Stanley Hall, on the UC Berkeley campus. Stanley Hall is located on the eastern edge of the campus, across the street from the Hearst Greek Theatre, off Gayley Road.
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Hotels near campus include:
Hotel Shattuck Plaza
2086 Allston Way
Beau Sky Hotel
2520 Durant Avenue
2600 Durant Avenue
2680 Bancroft Way
Berkeley City Club
A map of all UC Berkeley parking lots is available here: http://goo.gl/Bg6AX. The rate to park in campus lots is as follows: $3 for the first hour and $0.50 for each half hour thereafter, up to a max of $12 (for all-day parking). Tickets must be purchased at the yellow dispensing machines typically located near the lots' entrance. The machines accept only $1 and $5 bills, quarters, nickels, and dimes. Be advised that the machines do not give change. Tickets must be placed face up on the dashboard; failure to do so will result in a citation that would be extremely difficult to overturn. Please be sure to read all posted signs and do not park in spaces marked Reserved. The lots nearest Stanley Hall are
2315 Durant Avenue
• Bowles Lot, on Centennial Drive off Piedmont Avenue. Outdoor lot, 70 spaces.
• Upper Hearst Lot, on the corner of La Loma Avenue and Hearst Avenue. Four levels, 287 spaces. [NOTE: La Loma becomes Gayley after crossing Hearst heading southbound, i.e. towards the campus.]
• Ridge Lot, on the corner of Ridge Road and La Loma Avenue. Outdoor lot, 21 parking spaces. [NOTE: Use ticket dispensing machines in Upper Hearst Lot.]
Metered and two-hour parking is available around the campus; however, it may be difficult to find a space. If you park in the City of Berkeley, please check carefully for posted parking restrictions. While some metered spaces accept coins and credit and debit cards, others are of the more conventional variety and accept only coins. The standard rate for on-street parking in Berkeley is $1.50 per hour. For more information on on-street parking, please see http://goo.gl/6h08L.
The City also manages several off-street garages and lots; information on these can be found at http://goo.gl/pHGfV. Please note that none of these lots are near Stanley Hall. So, if you intend to park in one of these lots, please allow yourself 10 to 15 minutes to walk to Stanley Hall.
Directions from BART
If you're coming to campus via BART, get off at the Berkeley Station (also known as the "Downtown Berkeley" station) along the Richmond line; it drops you off one block from the west side of campus. For more information, visit the BART website at http://www.transitinfo.org/. The west entrance to the Berkeley campus is only one block away from the Downtown Berkeley BART Station. Stanley Hall is on the eastern edge of the campus, about a 15 to 20 minute walk.
Viewing the Archived Video
The video will be uploaded to Vimeo on or around July 9th, after which we will send a password-protected link to all registered participants. The video will not be listed publicly. To ensure the quality of the recording, please be advised that we will ask all participants in attendance to hold their questions until handed a microphone; otherwise, the questions will not be captured for the online audience.