[gallery type="slideshow" ids="56891,56896,56901,56897,56902,56904,56899,56892,56900,56903"] We were recently commissioned to draw at The Human Factor, a colloquium on the use of social sciences (such as anthropology and epidemiology) in the treatment of tropical diseases....
To Queen’s University Belfast for the Open Data Camp Unconference.
We hope you enjoy the video and short photo essay below which gives some idea of the liveliness of this long running event, which is all about the power of information.
If you are new to the idea of Unconferences, in between the pictures below you will find some useful information about the format and also to some of our experiences at previous Open Data Camps.
You can find the full story from Open Data Camp Five in Belfast – here.
If you would like to know more about the Unconference format and how it works we have written about that here.
There is always one!
The event organisation points out some of the value.
Writing in-the-moment to capture the value from live unconference sessions is hard, fast work. If you’d like a slower reflection on the value of the Unconference form, you can find some here from Adam Tinworth.
And here are some they made earlier.
Thanks for watching.