The John Cotton Dana Library at Rutgers-Newark is proud to sponsor
THATCamp Newark Collaboration
April 4, 2014
Paul Robeson Campus Center Room 256/257
Rutgers the State University of New Jersey
Newark, NJ 07102
Registration is free
Welcome to web site for THATCamp Newark Collaboration, taking place April 4, 2014 in the Paul Robeson Campus Center on the Rutgers University – Newark campus.
Newark Collaboration is designed to foster digital humanities partnerships between the universities, colleges, cultural heritage institutions and community partners in Newark, New Jersey. This “unconference” is aimed at developing networking between humanities scholars, computer scientists, scientists, museum and library professionals and the Newark community to foster project collaboration and community engagement. The day will be filled with meet-and-greet opportunities and the chance to get our hands dirty doing some coding, solving problems, or initiating the planning stages of digital humanities projects. Participants are encouraged to propose a session before the conference begins and come prepared to lead it!
Registration is limited to 80 participants
If they have one, participants should bring a laptop.
For further information, contact Krista White, Digital Humanities Librarian at the John Cotton Dana Library at kwhite2 [at] rutgers [dot] edu.
Unfamiliar with THATCamp? Read more about the movement and browse other THATCamps at thatcamp.org.