@katejf had a great idea on twitter last night, after reading the inspiring Library Camp Perth tweets (#lcp2010) – How about a Melbourne libcamp unconference.
For those of you (like me) who know very little about this idea, see libcamp perth 2010 for a few ideas, or see Wikipedia for information on the general idea of an unconference.
I love the idea that everyone who attends has to actively participate, without excessing planning. Mirrors lots of @malbooth challenging thoughts about what might be holding back librarianship from developing as is.
Already got some volunteers @katejf @haikugirlOz@happylibrarykat @Graeme028 @restructuregirl @zaana
So if you’re interested visit http://librarycampmelb.pbworks.com/
OK It’s the last week of October (where did that last month go?) so it’s everyone’s last chance to have fun with digital storytelling. Climb aboard the FUNN learning train and have a go.
dpgreen has kicked it off with xtranormal http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/7473325/
Jaygee up with http://www.makebeliefscomix.com/Comix/?comix_id=20368245C324795
jobeaz at http://www.dvolver.com/live/movies-471600
Ceridwyn at http://bit.ly/d9T0U8
Sally at http://www.doink.com/clips/sallysetsforth/1170417/a-snail-and-a-butterfly
New tools discovered include – dvolver,
the joy of popup books!!!! at http://www.zooburst.com/
Obviously I didn’t manage to get to this last week with my own entry, shamelessly succombing to Internet problems at home and illness, and the dog ate my homework ….
Thanks to everyone who made this fun.