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The Everywhere Library: Creating, Communicating, Integrating




LITACamp on Twitter and elsewhere


Follow LITAcamp on Twitter: http://twitter.com/litacamp

Official Hashtag of LITAcamp 2009: #litacamp09

Attending? Include the hashtag in your tweets!

Can't attend? Follow conference activity at http://search.twitter.com/search?q=litacamp09

and you can grab the RSS feed from the results too.

Facebook event page:  http://tinyurl.com/litacampfacebook

To blog LITACamp, all attendees will be given access to the blog:  http://litacamp.blogspot.com/


Can I register in person if I didn't register online?


Yes. You can register and pay for your entrance on-site, during LitaCamp, on either day.  The cost of registration is the same if you register online or in person. The cost is also the same if you attend one or both days.  We will accept checks or credit card payment onsite; please do not bring cash.


What is an unconference/barcamp?



See http://pln.palinet.org/wiki/index.php/Unconferences_and_library_camps and http://pln.palinet.org/wiki/index.php/Unconference_and_library_camp_practices 


These articles provide some basic background on unconferences/camps in general, as well as descriptions of previosu library-themed camps.


What do I get for registering?


Registration includes, at no extra cost,


free parking,

light breakfast on both days,

lunch on Thursday

as much coffee as you can stand, plus a little more,

free wifi at conference site

and more!


What is the format of this unconference?


LITACamp has no pre-determined session topics or presenters, other than the keynote sessions. You, the participants, create and lead most of the sessions! You determine the Topics and format of your session, sign up for a time slot, and pitch your session idea to the group. The exact Schedule will be created as we go. The purpose of this format is to encourage collaboration, interaction, discussion, and real-time innovation.


Read some tips from the InfoCamp Seattle 2008 blog on giving un-conference presentations.


What kinds of sessions can I create?


You can be as creative as you like with your session content and format. For instance, you could...


  • gather people to debate a topic,
  • solicit feedback on a design,
  • demo a half-baked product,
  • organize a panel,
  • present research findings,
  • discuss a problem, or
  • brainstorm an idea.


More details about the sessions?


You will have access to white boards, chalk boards, flip charts, markers, projectors, and wireless internet. Each session time slot will be 45 minutes long. The rooms you'll be in will vary - some large, some small, etc.


What if I don't have an idea for a session?


Attend anyway! You're sure to have an opinion or question about what's being presented, so you can participate by joining in the discussion. And who knows - maybe the discussions will spark an idea that you want to share or present as the weekend goes on!


Will there be wireless internet?




Will there be food and drink at LITACamp?


Yes.  See the Schedule.


What should I bring to LITACamp?


There's no need to bring anything specific. 


You may want to consider bringing a laptop, camera, a reusable/travel coffee mug, and business cards. And anything you need for a session you might lead!


How should I tag things related to LITACamp?


On Twitter, we'll use #litacamp09


On other sites (flickr, blogs, etc.) we'll use litacamp09, also feel free to use litacamp 


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