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  • BarCamp Canberra – Ideas and sharing for Canberra
    special and fulfilling for participants If you or your organisation is interested in supporting the longest running Canberra grassroots unconference please email us today Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn Author Gavin Tapp Posted on February 5 2016 Categories News 3 Comments on BarCamp Canberra is back Panopticon Surveilance and the NSA Possibly the most philosophical session of Barcamp Canberra 2014 Pascal Jahla and Shruti start a discussion into the social effects of surveillance drawing on Bentham s Panopticon and Foucault s critical use thereof as a social theory The discussion unfurls covering privacy the self disciplinary effects of surveillance NSA leaks and more Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn Author Gavin Tapp Posted on April 5 2014 April 5 2014 Categories Video Leave a comment on Panopticon Surveilance and the NSA Habit Forming Making new habits instinctive Chris Watkins How can you change the way you behave and build better habits Chris Watkins leads this discussion at Barcamp Canberra 2014 Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn Author Gavin Tapp Posted on April 4 2014 April 4 2014 Categories Video Leave a comment on Habit Forming Making new habits instinctive Chris Watkins Five Stages of Peak Oil Andrew Wynberg Much like the theory of five stages of grief Andrew talks through the idea that there are five stages of dealing with the idea of peak oil Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn Author Gavin Tapp Posted on April 4 2014 Categories Video Leave a comment on Five Stages of Peak Oil Andrew Wynberg Minecraft as Educational Tool Mya Dellow Mya Dellow gives a great talk on how minecraft is being used as an educational tool in schools and other contexts Here are the links to the two videos that Mya shows in her talk Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn Author Gavin Tapp Posted on April 3 2014 Categories Video 1 Comment on Minecraft as Educational Tool Mya Dellow Wearable Tech Greg Ruth Kim and Rose Greg Ruth Kim and Rose start a discussion on wearable tech starting with some hands on time with Pebble watches and then lead into some discussion of the ethics and social impact of the wider use of wearable pervasive tech Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn Author Gavin Tapp Posted on March 27 2014 Categories Video Leave a comment on Wearable Tech Greg Ruth Kim and Rose Video update Hello again Just a quick message to the email list about videos from Barcamp Canberra 2104 This is the 2nd last email you will get for now once the videos are online Barcamp Canberra will go into hibernation for another year So far we have 11 videos published to youtube and about 5 more to publish over the next week or so If you haven t seen them yet make sure you visit the barcamp Canberra website or youtube channel to take a look And if you had a favourite talk make sure you leave a comment and a thumbs up to let us know

    Original URL path: http://barcampcanberra.org/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Venue – BarCamp Canberra
    Spread the word Venue To be determined We are looking at a few venues in Civic and will confirm details and date in the next few weeks Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn Leave a Comment Cancel reply Join our Mailing list We send one or two emails a year to promote upcoming events Find out when the next BarCamp Canberra is happening No spam First Name Last Name Postcode

    Original URL path: http://barcampcanberra.org/venue/ (2016-02-11)
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  • What to expect – BarCamp Canberra
    session This is a great way to participate since it spreads knowledge from everyone instead of just the presenter session leader The schedule Sessions are a strict 20 minutes long we recommend allowing 15 minutes to speak and five minutes for questions Please no sales pitches Check out talks from 2014 talks Time Description 08 00 00 Unorganisers volunteers arrive to set up 09 00 00 Registration opens head over to the registration table to register then wander over to the schedule and pop down your name and topic if you re hosting talk 09 30 00 Welcome to BarCamp announcements introductions 09 45 00 20 minute sessions across all rooms 10 15 00 20 minute sessions across all rooms 10 45 00 20 minute sessions across all rooms 11 15 00 20 minute sessions across all rooms 11 45 00 20 minute sessions across all rooms 12 15 00 Lunch 13 15 00 20 minute sessions across all rooms 13 45 00 20 minute sessions across all rooms 14 15 00 20 minute sessions across all rooms 14 45 00 Cupcake camp 15 15 00 20 minute sessions across all rooms 15 45 00 20 minute sessions across all rooms 16 15 00 Wrap up thanks close 16 30 00 Clean up as simple as resetting tables and chairs collecting rubbish and taking down signs All help is appreciated 17 00 00 Post event drinks BarCamp Canberra 2013 schedule Photo by Sharen Scott Recording the Day It s pretty likely that you will have your photo taken during the day If you run a session your photo will almost certainly be taken If you are having a good time and deeply involved in conversation and look to be getting something out of the day you photo may be taken

    Original URL path: http://barcampcanberra.org/whattoexpect/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Support BarCamp – BarCamp Canberra
    limited financial support where it allows us to provide services to attendees We are also interested in people who are able to help out with logistics or in other capacities during the day learn more on the Unorganisers page If you re interested in supporting BarCamp Canberra please contact either Craig Thomler craig thomler at gmail com Gavin Tapp gavin solonode com What is BarCamp Canberra BarCamp Canberra is a free one day volunteer run user generated conference operating on a not for profit basis The event brings together professionals from a wide range of disciplines to give adhoc presentations on topics such as social innovation Gov 2 0 web technical development science communication critical thinking sustainability and the environment The event is part of a global network of BarCamps with over 800 having been held in over 350 cities around the world over the last seven years BarCamp Canberra is now in its 7th year and generally attracts 100 150 attendees BarCamp Canberra will be held at Gungahlin Library which will allow us to have up to 150 attendees and three simultaneous streams As an unconference BarCamp doesn t have set speakers or an agenda On the morning of

    Original URL path: http://barcampcanberra.org/support-barcamp/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Our supporters – BarCamp Canberra
    thomler gmail com As this is a very light weight event huge amounts of money aren t needed but they can help make a more enjoyable event Even small contributions are helpful Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn 1 thought on Our supporters Pingback BarCamp Canberra Are you ready for Barcamp Canberra Leave a Comment Cancel reply Join our Mailing list We send one or two emails a year to

    Original URL path: http://barcampcanberra.org/our-supporters/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Unorganisers – BarCamp Canberra
    are in no particular order Lauren Cochrane Ruth Ellison Gavin Tapp Craig Thomler Sam Livingstone On the day volunteers We re also looking for on the day volunteers Let us know if you can help out on the day with setting up time keeping cleaning up photography food runs and other adhoc tasks Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn Leave a Comment Cancel reply Join our Mailing list We send

    Original URL path: http://barcampcanberra.org/unorganisers/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Spread the word – BarCamp Canberra
    fill up the venue but to see new people coming to the event and contributing ideas and discussion Feel free to spread the word about barcamp far and wide We ll provide a poster and media release when more details are locked in Until then follow us at barcampcanberra and join the mailing list Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn Leave a Comment Cancel reply Join our Mailing list We

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  • BarCamp Canberra is back! – BarCamp Canberra
    well known as a concept and let s face it lacks impact we d love your suggestions on what we could call the event moving forward Secondly we d like your views on whether there s anything we should change about the approach to the event on the day Is there anything you think we can improve tweak or add to make it an even greater experience than in last years Leave your comments below or if you want to make them privately email craig thomler gmail com Call out to sponsors We run this event on less than a shoe string and every dollar or service provided in support helps the day become more special and fulfilling for participants If you or your organisation is interested in supporting the longest running Canberra grassroots unconference please email us today Share this Twitter Facebook Google LinkedIn Related Author Gavin Tapp Posted on February 5 2016 Categories News 3 thoughts on BarCamp Canberra is back Gavin Tapp says February 5 2016 at 1 36 PM I m very open to a name change For example I think Unconference Canberra is much clearer And while many people may not know what an Unconference is the concept is more widely known than barcamp and it contains conference which is a good clue Reply Stuart McMillen says February 9 2016 at 4 31 PM BarCamp and Unconference are both global brands that I am aware of based on media coverage of overseas events In my mind the two names describe roughly the same event I prefer Unconference Canberra over BarCamp Canberra as the name gives a better sense of the event s format Conference gives a clue to the nature of the event and the Un creates an element of intrigue in the mind of

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