Welcome to THATCamp Western New York 2013!

THATCamp Western New York 2013 will take place February 18-19, 2013 on the campus of the State University of New York at Geneseo.

Join us for a two-day unconference of workshops and discussions 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).

Code for America fellow Eddie Tejeda, the creator of Digress.it and the lead developer of Regulation Room, will be among the participants.

Registration, which pays your way to lunch both days and to a Monday (2/18) evening reception and a t-shirt, is $20.

Who should come to THATCamp Western New York?

THATCamp Western New York is for people interested in social reading as a tool for scholarship, pedagogy, or public engagement.  Anyone is welcome to attend and propose a session.

What is THATCamp?

THATCamp is an unconference — an inexpensive, collaborative gathering in which participants create the agenda. It stands for “The Humanities and Technology Camp,” and explores the interactions between technology and humanities teaching and research. Learn more at thatcamp.org.

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

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