As an outcome of Open Data Learning Summit last Fall BC Libraries Co-operative is working with BCLA Continuing Ed and Libraries and Literacy BC to hold a half-day unconference for library people.
DataCamp<http://bc.libraries.coop/open/datacamp/> is a 1/2 day congress for anyone into libraries and their data. Focus for the camp is building libraries capacity around releasing, consuming and analyzing open data.
Where: Lower Level, Vancouver Public Library Central Branch<http://goo.gl/maps/VzmpW>
When: Friday March 15th, 8:30am-1230pm
Cost: $10 ($8 for students) to cover costs of bagels, coffee.tea
There is an open agenda here:
This camp is participant driven and meant to attract instructional librarians, IT teams, gov doc librarians, ref desk staff, systems and catalogue department personnel,social media support types, LIS students and others. We are encouraging libraries to put team members together around this event and topic to build localized networks of library people who can support each other and the public around the developments in open government data, library data online, proprietary resources in mix with open educational and other sources.