2016 marks the fourth THATCamp Boise State. This is a grass roots event put together by three individuals who work on campus: Dr. Alicia Garza, World Languages department; Francisco Salinas, Director of Student Diversity and Inclusion; and Memo Cordova, associate professor/librarian at Albertsons Library.
We couldn’t put THATCamp together without the financial support of the university Provost, the College of Arts & Sciences, the World Languages department, the Center for Teaching and Learning, the Albertsons Library, and the Arts and Humanities Institute.
THATCamp Boise State is a labor of love for the humanities and for the people who come to these events: from educators and programmers, to historians and authors, and for anyone who shares a passion for teaching and learning where the humanities and technology are concerned–it’s a big field for sure. But THATCamp events thrive on the premise that the people who attend and participate in these events make them great.
THATCamp Boise State is collaborative, non-disciplinary, informal, spontaneous, productive, non-hierarchical, and a lot of fun. Parking will be free, there will be great food, and you will listen to dynamic speakers. All you have to do to make the rest of the unconference great is to teach/learn something, lead a discussion, solve a problem, keep an open mind, and have fun.
Questions? E-mail us at moc.l1508790418iamg@1508790418usbpm1508790418actah1508790418t1508790418. We’re on Twitter at @ThatCampBSU and as an event on Facebook.