We had us a good time at THATCamp Boise State 2013, didn’t we? Can we improve? Certainly! And here’s your chance to tell us how: simply fill out this short & anonymous survey so we can make this event even better: goo.gl/VgoS2G
Here’s our schedule.
Keynote: The Boise Wiki: Putting the “Public” in Public History
Barnwell: Graph Literacy
Farnsworth: Technology in the Classroom
Hatch B: Hemingway Anime
Bergquist: Power & Digital Exclusion
Barnwell: Print Publications & Social Tech (need a facilitator!)
Farnsworth: Learner/Faculty Learner Autonomy
Hatch B: Robotics
Bergquist: Future of the Book
LUNCH keynote: The History of Comics and Sequential Illustration in Idaho
Farnsworth: Using Mobile Technology in the Classroom
Hatch B: Integrity vs. Keyboard Activism
Bergquist: Forging Relationships/Creating Connections
Barnwell: Idea Implementation
Farnsworth: Hemingway Anime
Hatch B: Creating a Wiki Page
Bergquist: Future of Digital Popular Scholarship
Barnwell: Editing/Adding to the Boise Wiki
Farnsworth: Creating & Managing Your First Website
Hatch B: Graph Literacy
Bergquist: The Future of Advertising
Closing keynote: “Tumblr The New Gutenberg Press?”
Are we excited? Absolutely! We hope you are as well! Some housekeeping updates to keep in mind for tomorrow:
- The keynote, presentations, and meals will take place in the Barnwell room, 2nd floor of the Student Union building.
- The unconference will start at 8:00 am with check-ins and go until 5:00 pm.
- The breakout sessions will be in the Farnsworth, one of the Hatch rooms and the Barnwell room. A PDF of the 2nd floor can be found here.
- The CODE (Chill Out. Develop. Explore) lounge is in the Bergquist Lounge. Water and coffee will be available there.
- The Twitter hashtag for this event is #thatcampbsu .
- This is an informal event so dress comfortably; we’re not here to impress but to engage.
- If you have any questions, please get in touch with Alicia Garza, Memo Cordova, or Dawn Shepherd at moc.l1493193497iamg@1493193497usbpm1493193497actah1493193497t1493193497. We will be happy to assist you in any way possible.
Here’s to a great time together in Boise!
How much does it cost to attend THATCamp Boise State?
THATCamps are usually free or low-cost ‘unconferences’ that provide a space for those who are interested in the Humanities and technology to discuss, collaborate, work on problems, and learn. THATCamp Boise State is free–all the food & snacks, the conference rooms, drinks, campus parking, etc. have all been taken care of thanks to the generous support of several Boise State University departments and colleges.
How is THATCamp different than a regular ‘conference’?
In a THATCamp everyone participates! The sessions/workshops are all created the day of the event, on the spot, and everyone is expected to participate. If you have an idea, want to teach or share something, then by all means suggest it. We’ll have a signup board where you can sign up to create/teach/show something; if enough people are interested in your idea then you are doing it! We don’t want people who want to sell something or drum up business for a company. We want people who want to share for the betterment of all.
Where/how do I register?
Registration for THATCamp Boise State closes today, October 28th at 5:00pm. The registration page is located at boisestate2013.thatcamp.org/?page_id=6
Where is it? Is there parking?
THATCamp Boise State will take place on campus, at the Student Union Building, in the Hatch Ballroom.
Parking is available in the Lincoln Garage, next to the Student Union, and free for all THATCamp attendees.
Will there be food/drinks?
Yes! Drinks & delicious food & snacks will be available. If you have any dietary needs, please let us know at moc.l1493193497iamg@1493193497usbpm1493193497actah1493193497t1493193497
How long does this unconference last?
This is a one-day event on Saturday, November 2nd, 2013 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Who are the speakers?
These awesome people: boisestate2013.thatcamp.org/?page_id=120
Will there be Wi-Fi?
Yes. Use the ‘guest’ account to access the university’s Wi-Fi.
Is there a Twitter hashtag?
Who put this THATCamp together?
Three Boise State faculty decided to start it: Dr. Alicia Garza, World Languages; Dr. Dawn Shepherd, English Department; and Memo Cordova, Albertsons Library librarian. This has been a labor of love and our second THATCamp Boise State.
Where can I can get more information?
If you have additional questions please feel free to ask us at moc.l1493193497iamg@1493193497usbpm1493193497actah1493193497t1493193497 or via Twitter at twitter.com/ThatCampBSU .
The official THATCamp website has a nifty FAQ too, so check them out as well: thatcamp.org/about/
First of all, thank you so much for registering for THATCampBSU 2013. At present, we are finalizing our plans for next Saturday and I need to get some information from you with regard to lunch and parking.
We will be serving a light breakfast of cereal, yogurt, bananas, coffee, decaf, and hot tea.
For lunch we have the choice of the following:
- Roast beef with fontina cheese, chipotle mayonnaise, grilled Spanish onions, on a baguette.
- Grilled Chicken with cucumber raita salad on ciabatta bread.
- Balsamic marinated vegetable wrap with fresh mozzarella, and arugula.
Please select the sandwich that you would like for lunch. If you have dietary restrictions, please inform me so that I can make arrangements with catering for your meals.
Finally, we have free parking available for conference attendees who do not have parking permits.
The deadline for the food order is Tuesday morning, so if you could get your sandwich order to me by Monday night, it would be great. Also, please let me know if you need a parking code. Our email is moc.l1493193497iamg@1493193497usbpm1493193497actah1493193497t1493193497
Thank you very much.
All the best,
THATCamp Boise State is Saturday, November 2nd, 2013. We had an October 18th registration deadline, but we’re extending it until October 28th. Let your Boise & Treasure Valley friends know of this free, informal, tech/humanities-rich event where everyone participates.
Registration page is at goo.gl/mWFWiM
The first 70 or so folks who register will get this sweet-looking official THATCamp Boise State 2013 coffee travel mug. You want it, don’t you?
Last year’s THATCamp Boise State had a fantastic array of food available, including delicious “Bronco chips” and an assortment of drinks and snacks throughout the day, all provided by the excellent Conference Services here on campus. This year will be no different: we will have meat and vegetarian options, snacks, drinks, and dessert–enough to power you throughout the day.
Parking? Free. Food? Free. Wireless? Yes! But you have to register to enjoy these amenities and great company. Registration will close on October 18th so get your name on the list and enjoy your time at THATCamp Boise State 2013.
THATCamp Boise State is Saturday, November 2nd, 2013 and it will be here sooner than you think! This free event is made possible by the generous support of several campus departments.
And even though we have the venue, snacks & meals, free parking for attendees, Wi-Fi and fantastic speakers for this unconference, space is limited! Reserve your spot and register by October 18th, 2013.