Princeton University is holding its fifth annual IT Unconference on June 6 from 8am to 5pm. Sponsored and facilitated by OIT, the day-long event hosts attendees who drive the agenda and lead discussions around chosen themes and topics. There's sure to be engaging IT sessions to stimulate your mind... and breakfast and lunch to satisfy your appetite.
The event is open to Princeton staff who work to support information technology, including web designers and developers; systems administrators; IT trainers; programmers and developers; network specialists; ERP/DW application managers, IT support staff, and more. Simply put, if you support technology at Princeton, this Unconference is for you.
Seating is limited, so register early. To register, visit our website at https://itunconference.princeton.edu/registration/.
During registration you will have the opportunity to indicate your interest in volunteering and/or presenting a Lightning Talk. You can also email your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is an Unconference?
An unconference is a facilitated event that promotes peer-to-peer learning and collaboration. Here attendees create the day's agenda and lead discussions around a theme. Session offerings are dynamic and decided the day of the event when participants propose and sign up for topics to discuss. Participants are encouraged to follow the Law of Two Feet, meaning, if you experience a time during the conference when you are not learning or contributing, use your two feet to go to another session where you will.
The Unconference organizers and your technical peers hope to see you there!