Great Lakes THATCamp (The Humanities And Technology Camp) is a user-generated “unconference” on digital humanities originally inspired by the Center for History and New Media (CHNM) at George Mason University.
At THATCamp 2009, regional camps were proposed by CHNM and the idea took off inspiring camps around the country which has led to events all over the world.
Who is Organizing the 2015 Great Lakes THATCamp?
The Wayne State University Student Chapter of the National Digital Stewardship Alliance (NDSA) and the Wayne State School of Library and Information Science are hosting the 2015 Great Lakes THATCamp.
There will be a few formal sessions dedicated to audio humanities preservation and management along with an opportunity for attendees to set the agenda that day.
Several local cultural institutions will be on hand to play samples from their audio collections. This event is free and open to all disciplines. Please share widely with your colleagues! The more diversity of attendees – the more robust the discussion!
How Much Does Great Lakes THATCamp Cost?
The 2015 Great Lakes THATCamp is a free event. It is suggested that you RSVP for THATCamp as space is limited. Lunch is provided for those that RSVP early.
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