come to CLA library camp

amy posted this April 6th, 2009 | filed under: conference-y, general | Tags: , , | 2 comments »

the Emerging Tech Interest Group of CLA (which i co-convene with the truly awesome Amanda Etches-Johnson) is hosting a library-camp-style pre-conference at CLA in May (in the best city on earth – Montréal).

Jessamyn West (yes THE Jessamyn West of librarian.net) will kick-off our day with a keynote on emerging technologies, followed by two sessions on using these technologies in your library. The afternoon will be an “unconference”, where participants will share and learn on a variety of topics pre-determined by the group. (Note: this is not a “sage on the stage” afternoon – come armed with a curious nature and a will to participate.)

Speaker: Jessamyn West, librarian.net
Date & Location: Friday, 29 May 2009 @ Palais des congrès
Registration Fee: $100.00
Registration Includes: Two refreshments breaks and lunch

this will be at least nine kinds of fun!
register here and add your session ideas to the camp wiki.


2 Comments on “come to CLA library camp”

  1. 1 Jenica said at 8:12 pm on April 15th, 2009:

    I am totally there. 🙂

  2. 2 Bruce Harpham said at 3:13 pm on May 3rd, 2009:

    Just registered on the wiki – looking forward to it. I’m graduating soon (wrapping up a thesis project, but done otherwise). Oh, I’ve also been learning from your Web2.You presentation at McGill which were thoughtfully put on YouTube.


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