un·con·fer·ence

ˈənkänf(ə)rəns/
noun

  1. A loosely structured conference emphasizing the informal exchange of information and ideas between participants, rather than following a conventionally structured program of events.

The Information School at UC Berkeley is a place for the exchange of ideas between industry, scholars, and the public. Join us by suggesting a conference session to be included at Infocamp 2018!

Unconferences like InfoCamp feature a community-driven format, so we ask attendees to create, pitch and lead their own sessions. To host a session, you simply choose the topic and the format, pitch your idea to the group. The schedule gets created on the fly, and you get to vote on sessions – and if yours is chosen, you pick a time slot and present.

Submitted session topics will be voted upon on the day of the conference.

Unconference submission is now closed.