This will be our third THATCamp Boise State and we’re excited by the opportunity to provide a venue for coders, hackers, artists, teachers, and other community members to come together and get creative! The Humanities and Technology (THAT) Camp is a grass-roots unconference where the agenda is created by the participants the day of the conference. You can read more about the THATCamp experience here.
Your humble chairs for this year’s camp are Francisco Salinas, Director of Student Diversity and Inclusion, and Memo Cordova, associate professor/librarian at Albertsons Library, both from Boise State University.
We’re thankful for the generous support of the university’s Arts and Humanities Institute and the College of Arts & Sciences. A big THANK YOU goes to the awesome folks at the Discovery Center of Idaho for hosting this event on Saturday, September 13th.
We’d like to encourage everyone in Boise (and beyond!) to attend this small unconference to celebrate, create, and address issues important to the humanities and technology. Check out our previous two camps from 2012 and 2013 to get a flavor of each event. Each camp one had its own vibe and energy and both were a blast. We’re hoping to make 2014 an even bigger success–register and make it so!