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About the Authors

Lisa Chow and Sandra Sajonas have attended and organized multiple unconferences.

They have organized two unconferences:

  • HealthCampNYC: Using Collective Knowledge to Improve Health Literacy and Community Health
  • BPL ThinkTank, a staff development unconference - which was featured as a Urban Libraries Council Innovation and a conference program at Public Libraries Association 2010 National Conference.
They have attended various unconferences:
  • LibraryCampNYC 2007
  • LibCampNYC 2009
  • ALA 2009 Unconference
  • SLA 2009 unconference sessions

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Unconferences are participant-driven events where the program agenda and discussion topics are determined by the participants. Unconferences are about the collective knowledge of the group. Read more about unconferences and how to DIY unconference


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