Monday, 8 September 2014

LibraryCamp 14 pitch page now open for ideas



Less than a week to go until LibraryCamp 14 and the wiki is now open for you to add your session pitches

(This isn't compulsory btw, it just helps attendees identify possible collaborators and shows non attendees the type of sessions that might happen). It's easy to add yours and there's no need to sign in, just visit the wiki and click 'Edit'. Don't forget to 'save' before you leave the page. There isn't a strict theme although we like the idea of improving library services and welcome the diverse and divergent!

So far you'll find proposals covering coding and Code Clubs, income generation & libraries, the Carnegie Library Lab, LibraryBox, libraries &  online security, storytime top tips, the Public Library Festival, open source software in libraries....

And it's not too late to bag a LibraryCamp 14 ticket. And #cakecamp is go!

This year's unconference is at Newcastle City Library and thanks to our kind sponsors - Common Libraries, CILIP, Ken Chad Consulting, Newcastle Libraries, Dawn of the Unread plus uber generous individual cash contributions - it's still FREE.

Keep up with all the LibraryCamp 14 news by following the Twitter hashtag - #libcampuk14, plus you'll find us on Facebook and we love a chat on Twitter too! We also share a lot of library related news over at our Flipboard magazine.

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