Thursday, 16 August 2007
Unconference at Library Camp NYC 14 August 2007
Take a look at Ellyssa Kroski's iLibrarian account of the Library Camp held 14 August at Baruch College in New York City. The concept of an Unconference is attractive, as it avoids extensive preparation, formal presentations and allows enthiasts to get together and share their most recent experiences and concerns. By all accounts this was a very useful exchange and this conference wiki relates discussions on microblogging (twitter), Information Literacy (interesting ideas on teaching using wikipedia, Google, etc.) next generation catalogues and other topical issues.
Posted by Peter Godwin at 01:10