Grab your rucksack and sign up a friend for Summer Camp
#EdTechCampUBC Camp is coming.
BC Libraries Cooperative is spreading the word about the next Camp event for library people — #EdTechCampUBC. Forging networks of library innovation online relies on offline events like this one. Can you come to camp in July? Or, do you know someone who might?
#EdTechCampUBC is set to happen Friday, July 25, 2014 from 10:00AM to 3PM. Please check out how the agenda for this unconference day is developing, ideas sheet is here.
So far there is a great reach of topics around Raspberry Pi, Arduinos, Maker Spaces, Library-based digital literacies and more. Remember you don’t have to attend to lodge an idea or raise a problem on the talks ideas sheet.
Find out more about camps at this link.
Thank you #DatacampNV
BC Libraries Cooperative was proud to be a part of the first #datacampNV Thursday, March 13, 2014.
Library Camp! Surrey Libraries hosted Library Camp November 1, 2013 at City Centre Library. — we added the outcomes on our tools and resources page. Check them out.
What is it? Time to get in there and learn from each other. Remix the web with open tools, examine how free you are online, consider how to run a #hackjam or host a hackfest. There’s time set aside to see what’s the latest with telling the stories of libraries with data or ask what data needs to stay open? If you wish to exchange innovative or interesting things you’ve done or want to do we love to have you at Camp. Library Camps are semi-regular events to bring library people together who can support each other to learn and experience new opportunities. Show up and share!
- Where: City Centre Library, Surrey Libraries
- When: Friday, November 1, Doors at 9:00am, 9:30 start
- List of content for camp ideas is here! add your ideas, please.
- Register http://librarycampbc.eventbrite.ca/
Is LibraryCamp right for me? Camp is designed for library people and people who love libraries, connections of community resources, hack culture, open data, etc. This will be what we make of it.
We are hoping to refer some great ideas from this group on to Code4LibBC later in November, as well. Can’t do one? Do the other. Or better yet. Do both?
This how things went Last time
Data Camp was brought to you by the BC Libraries Cooperative, in Co-operation with:
- the British Columbia Library Association Continuing Education Committee;
- Ministry of Education, Libraries and Literacy, and;
What is the camp format?
Camp examples. Our agenda is open and emphasizes sharing
- Datacamp is built out of needs shared at this group in September 2012 http://bc.libraries.coop/open/
May we recommend? Connect with OpenDataBC Society for more opportunities with open data.