Skill-share sessions provide a setting for participants to teach their peers, drawing from their areas of expertise and passion. At least one afternoon is devoted to participant skillshares, where participants offer one hour sessions for each other (approx. 20 small group sessions during one afternoon). "Skill" is broadly interpreted, spanning not only systems and software but also strategic know-how, from fundrising to process models to all manner of production techniques. The focus is on demonstrating "how to" and "how it works" in 30-minute to 1-hour time slots, with audiences ranging from 1 to 10 people. Workspaces for skillshares need to be provided, and participants should be alerted to plan accordingly, bringing any necessary digital assets on CD as well as any needed tools or gadgets.