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Library Camp: See You In Ann Arbor

John Blyberg posts: http://www.blyberg.net/2006/03/07/2006-library-camp-a-library-20-unconference/

Mark April 14th on your calendars. Superpatron Ed Vielmetti has been quietly assembling a fantastic group of people to attend the first ever Library Camp–an “unconference” which follows open-space guidelines. There is no registration as it operates on the premise that whomever shows up belongs there (though an optional wiki sign-up gives us a good idea of how many/who is coming).

I will be there with bells on! I'm fascinated by this type of planning for an unconference.* Who knows how the time will play out but I can't wait to hear some of the folks attending talk about Library 2.0 and the future of library service. No matter what you call it, it's going to be good!

*What's an unconference? Take a look at: http://scripting.wordpress.com/2006/03/05/what-is-an-unconference/

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