Come attend LibCampNYC 2009 at Brooklyn College on June 3, 2009.
LibCampNYC is for librarians, library staff, and students interested in sharing with and learning from a vibrant community of their professional peers. As with most “unconferences,” participants at LibCampNYC will be expected to share their work, skills, or knowledge as active participants. LibCampNYC is a participatory user-generated “unconference” focusing on libraries and library technology. It inherits a rich tradition from other unconferences and BarCamps, in which the content of the sessions is determined and managed by attendees. Sessions may include (but are not limited to): software demonstrations, how-to workshops, spirited debates, paper presentations, or problem-solving sessions. Participants will determine the day’s offerings in the opening session, and all sessions will be summarized in the closing session. This collaborative environment presents unique opportunities for learning, sharing, and relationship-building that can be elusive at more formal conferences.
LibCampNYC is organized by METRO and the Brooklyn College Library and follows on the success of Library Camp NYC, which convened in August 2007 at Baruch College.
Have you ever attended a library camp or an unconference focused on issues relevant to the library community?by Stephen Francoeur on Mon, May 11, 2009 at 01:32 pm
Using the free service, FuseCal, I created a calendar of library camps and unconferences:
Technical details: the data that goes into the calendar is scraped by FuseCal from the entry in the LIS Wiki page for "library camp." If you want to add to this calendar, please update the LIS Wiki page on library camp so that FuseCal can automatically update its info and publish the calendar info there in formats that are accessible for most calendar software.