CURATEcamp is holding TWO events this summer, and we're pleased to announce that registration is now open for both! These meetings are not linked, but are fairly close to each other on the calendar, so we are announcing them together.
CURATEcamp Open Repositories 2011 Pre-conference, June 6, Austin, TX
WHEN: June 6th, 2011 (8am - 3:30pm)
WHERE: Perry-Castañeda Library, University of Texas, Austin, TX
COST: $0 (includes registration only)
CURATEcamp #OR11 is a one-day pre-conference of Open Repositories 2011 focusing on data curation tools and microservices.
Space is limited to 75 registrants, so reserve your spot while you can:
CURATEcamp #OR11 is supported by Dryad (National Evolutionary Synthesis Center), the Pennsylvania State University, the UC San Diego Libraries, and the Digital Library Federation (Council on Library and Information Resources).
CURATEcamp 2011, August 15-16, Palo Alto, CA
WHEN: August 15-16, 2011 (8am - 5pm)
WHERE: Meyer & Green Libraries, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA
COST: $125 (includes meals from dinner on the 14th until lunch on the 16th, and lodging if you need it -- one bed in a double room in Stern Hall)
CURATEcamp 2011 is a two-day unconference connecting practitioners of digital curation with technologists and software developers.
Space is limited to 120 registrants, so reserve your spot while you can:
CURATEcamp 2011 is generously sponsored by the Pennsylvania State University; the Storage Networking Industry Association; the University of California, Los Angeles; Indiana University; and the Digital Library Federation (Council on Library and Information Resources). To keep costs low, we are also soliciting additional sponsors. If your institution is interested in fostering community around the practice of digital curation, please contact Katherine Kott.
More information about CURATEcamp is available at http://curatecamp.org/.
Have questions about the camp? Please join the Digital Curation group and fire away.
-CURATEcamp #OR11 and 2011 Unorganizers