The LINKS Center for Social Network Analysis at the University of Kentucky offers a workshop on social network analysis (SNA) every summer. In ordinary years, this is held in-person with multiple simultaneous tracks and more than 25 instructors and TAs. This year, however, we are scaling back to three synchronous online tracks, two held in parallel, and a third held after the first two are done. For the most part, each track meets every other day for four hours a day. On the off days, there is homework and access to TAs or instructors. A limited number of one-on-one consultations with LINKS research faculty (Joe Labianca, Ajay Mehra, and Scott Soltis) will also be available during June 22-27 at times that do not conflict with instructional sessions. More details are available here.