Friday, July 16, 2010

Wanna talk wikis? RecentChangesCamp Canberra - August 11

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RecentChangesCamp, Canberra was held at the University of Canberra, Building 7, Room 7XB37 on 11 August 2010.
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RecentChangesCamp is an Open Space Technology format unconference on wikis and collaborative practices. The conference is named after the "Recent changes" feature that is found in most wikis. Recent Changes Camp follows an unconference model, being: free to attend, having a program that is determined on the day by attendees, with the aid of a facilitator.
The aim of this event is to draw together interested locals, contributors and users of online collaborative academic spaces, such as education and research wikis. We hope to share knowledge, projects, issues and possibilities for ongoing development.
  • Recent Changes Camp Canberra - TBC
  • 10am - 5pm, Wednesday 11 August. 2010
  • University of Canberra, Building 7, Level C, Room 7XC37
  • Contact Leighblackall
  • Tags: #RCC and #UC-RCC

3 comments:

Gbaor said...

just to let you know: 2 links are non functional ("unconference" and "education and research wikis"), "Recent Changes Camp" leads to the disambig page on WP.

Other:
Is this a local event, or will be live online?

Leigh Blackall said...

Hi Gbaor. It will primarily be a local, but we'll definitely be using the wiki for notes, and perhaps using something like Google Wave for live dialog.. and possibly using uStream for introductions and round ups.. Thanks for the heads up on the dead links

MarkDilley said...

I think that etherpad would be best for live dialog - it is much simpler and that is who Google Wave sucked up for the project. See a conference that used them pretty well with the wiki for notes.

http://CommunityLeadershipSummit.com/wiki/index.php/Saturday_Session_Board

Also - check out UsingWiki - http://CommunityLeadershipSummit.com/wiki/index.php/UsingWiki

Very excited you folks are doing this!!! Best, Mark