Library Camps are a user-generated unconference for people who work in, use, study or are just interested in libraries. As an unconference, there is no set agenda – instead attendees are invited to ‘pitch’ the sessions they want to be a part of, there is no keynote speakers or formal presentations – instead sessions can take the form of simple discussions, debate, conversations or interactive activities.
The School Library Camps have been organised to allow school library workers, users, academics, commentators a chance to discuss the issues, changes, challenges and opportunities taking place in the sector. They’re all running on the same day, June 14th. The camps have been arranged on a (roughly) regional basis so potential attendees won’t have to travel the length of the country to attend an event. A further ambition is to be innovative with technology to link up camps and attendees before, during and after the event to create the biggest School Library Conversation in the UK.
Tickets are available, for free, now for School Library Camps in;
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