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Spring 2017 unConference

Digital Scholarship, Publishing
& Sustainable Learning:

Exploring, Designing, Creating and Sharing Learning Experiences

Propose your lightning talk or mini-breakout session!

April 11, 2017

11:30am in the Scholars Lab (Third Floor of the Library)

The unConference will be a casual forum for faculty, staff and students to come together and share ideas about their expertise, interests and other exciting topics (with refreshments!). Everyone is invited to attend and learn from our colleagues. Lengthy demonstrations are not the point - learn about an exciting idea and the colleague to ask detailed questions later.

The HSU unConference is sponsored by: The University Library and the College of eLearning and Extended Education

Spring 17 unCon Fact Sheet
Photo: Spring 2015 unConference by Kellie Joe Brown (Flickr)

What is an unConference?

An unConference is a series of brief (around 5 minutes each), low-risk, high-return, participant-driven discussions revolving around a particular topic.

Casual Format

The unConference is a casual forum for faculty, staff, and students to come together and share ideas about their expertise, interests and other exciting topics (with refreshments!)

Brief Discussions

Lengthy demonstrations are not the point! Have brief discussions with and meet others on campus who are excited about similar topics.

Everyone is Invited

Faculty, staff, and students. Talks can be about a resource you are passionate about, a tool you have created, or a new-to-you tool you tried that you want to share with others. Even if you don't want to present, everyone is invited to attend, discuss, and learn.