Thanks for making THATCamp Western NY 2013 a success!

Thanks to everyone who attended THATCamp Western New York 2013. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!

We could still use your help with a few things:

  1. Please complete a THATCamp Evaluation Survey so we can learn from your experience and make the next THATCamp Western New York even better.
  2. Please consider posting your notes on one or more of the sessions you attended. To post your notes, log in and choose New > Post from the top toolbar.
  3. Think about helping us turn the Google doc from our Make session into a full-fledged social reading toolkit. If you come across any sites, tools, or other resources in your travels across the web, just add them to the page.
  4. If you’d be interested in helping Matt Bernius gather links, tweets, etc. into a Storify on THATCamp Western NY, email your Storify username to him or to Paul Schacht.

About THATCamp Western NY 2013

THATCamp Western New York 2013 was held on February 18-19, 2013 on the campus of the State University of New York at Geneseo.

The two-day unconference of workshops and discussions focused on all forms of social reading, from open annotation (e.g., Candide 2.0, The Open Utopia) to peer-to-peer review (e.g., Planned Obsolescence, Complex TV).

Among the participants was Code for America fellow Eddie Tejeda, the creator of Digress.it and the lead developer of Regulation Room.

THATCamp Western New York 2013 was generously funded by an Innovative Instruction Technology Grant from the State University of New York.

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