Saturday, February 9th, 2013
9:30am to 5:00pm
Douglas Library, Queen’s University
Please join us for Queen’s University’s inaugural, one-day THATCamp!
How do I participate?
If you have a new or on-going project that you’d like to discuss, a skill that you’d like to learn or teach, or a product that you’d like to make at THATCamp, the first step is to register. Registration deadline is Friday, January 25th, 2013.
By Monday, February 4th, please submit an abstract of 150 to 300 words to moc.l1516240301iamg@1516240301usnee1516240301uqpma1516240301ctaht1516240301 for short presentations of no more than 5 minutes that will spark or contribute to discussions at THATCamps QueensU2013. There can be one of two purposes to the abstract:
- Propose a session.
Have a topic you’d like covered? Want to see different perspectives on a broader theme or problem you’ve come across in your own work? Have a skill you’d like to teach? Propose a session! Include a description of the kinds of discussion you’d like to generate during the session. Let us know how you plan to facilitate the session, or what kind of support we can provide for facilitation.
- Submit an abstract.
Have a project or an idea but are not sure how it relates to other research or the field? Just want to open a dialogue that might be helpful for your work? Submit a description of the kinds of problems you’d like to solve or discussions you’d like to have.
Please keep in mind that most scheduling will take place on the day of the unconference. As we receive ideas and submissions, they will be made available for all registered participants here on our website. We’ll try our best to find the best fit and the most fruitful conversations for all participants.
We look forward to meeting you at THATCamp QueensU2013!