In 2010 THATCamp Canberra was born — the first THATCamp in Australia, the first in the southern hemisphere. And we discovered there were other people like us, people interested in the intersection of technology and the humanities. We were a community.
In 2011 the legend continued. But with more workshops.
And then silence…
This Trovember, THATCamp Canberra returns to your screens in
THATCamp Canberra 2014: The rise of the bots.
THATCamp Canberra 2014
31 October — 2
National Library of Australia
We’ll be kicking off Trovember by taking over the 4th floor of the National Library of Australia and turning it into a Digital Humanities discovery space.
There’ll be public workshops on 31 October, offering everyone an opportunity to pick up some new skills.
Then across the weekend 1–2 November we’ll be unscheduling, unpowerpointing, and unconferencing our way through all those questions about Digital Humanities that you always wanted to ask.
It’ll be fun, it’ll be exhausting, it’ll be THATCamp Canberra 2014.
Registration will open soon.