Because THATCamp is an unconference, the full agenda will be decided during the first session of each day. So, if you want to be part of planning the day’s events, you must attend the planning session at 9am. Below is a tentative schedule of activities:



Time Templo Mayor Legacy Room (3rd Floor) Tehuanco Templo Mayor Metzli (behind TM)
8:00 – 9:00 Registration and Light Breakfast
9:00 – 9:30 Welcome: Jessica Pressman (SDSU); Joanna Brooks (Assoc. Dean of Graduate Research, SDSU) in Templo Mayor
9:30 -10:00 Sticky-Note Voting with Jana Remy in Templo Mayor
10:00 – 11:00 Opening Keynote: Miriam Posner (Digital Humanities Program Coordinator, UCLA)
11:00 – 12:30 Lounge/Hackerspace Workshop I: Breakout Tools Workshop: Data Visualizations (Tara Zepel, UCSD) DH Undergraduate curriculum development & teaching critical digital literacy; going textbook free! Getting started with DH projects and project management; Book or DH project? (Maura Giles-Watson) Race in DH & Cyberfronterismo (Bill Nericcio)
12:30 – 1:30 LUNCH (on your own – restaurants below and in food court to the North)
1:30 – 3:00 Lounge/Hackerspace Workshop II – Breakout Tools Workshop: Text Analysis (Scott Kleinman, CSUN) Getting started with a DH Center; working with campus partners, including libraries & academic technology Scholarly communication (Katherine Hijar) Writing and Being a DH Scholar (online and in print)
3:00 – 3:30 Coffee Break in Templo Mayor
3:30 – 5:00 Lounge/Hackerspace Workshop III – Breakout Tools Workshop: Omeka (Sarah McCullough, UCSD) Intro to DH tools: Twitter, Zotero, Wiki, WordPress, Drupal, etc. (Jana Remy) Identity of DH; Who are our allies? (Chuck Moran) Intro to Advanced DH tools: Open Refine, Text encoding, Hydra/Fedora (Scott Kleinman, Miriam Posner & Declan Fleming)
5:00 – 5:30 Debrief in Templo Mayor
6:00 – 7:30 A Cocktail Hour, with free appetizers, will be served at the University of San Diego’s Hahn University Center, Forum C.


7-10 pm      All THATCamp attendees are invited to the Closing Reception for Occupy Thirdspace, an art exhibition featuring art from students in UC San Diego’s Visual Arts department and artists in and from Northern Baja California. More information here. Hosted by Space 4 Art in San Diego’s East Village.



Time Session Templo Mayor Tehuanco Aztlan Metzli
8:00 Registration and Light Breakfast
9:00 Welcome and Sticky-Note Voting (Jessica Pressman, Jana Remy) Templo Mayor
10:00 Opening Keynote: Elizabeth Losh (UCSD) Templo Mayor
11:00 Session IV – Assessment & evaulation of digital projects (Rachel Deblinger) Share & Play/Remix: Media Tools Show & Tell Creating Queer Spaces online Librarians & DHists: developing working relationships
12:30 Lunch (refreshments provided)–Performance artists (Emily Hicks, et. al.) Performance over lunch Accessibility
1:30 Session V Tools Workshop: ACLS Scalar Workbench (Jeremy Douglass and Mark Marino) Topic Modeling (Scott Kleinman) DH is as DH does (Yelena)
3:00 Coffee and Snacks, Debrief Templo Mayor



Read more about how unconferences in general and THATCamp in particular work at THATCamp 101 and our “About” page.

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