A project of The Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University, THATCamp stands for “The Humanities and Technology Camp.” THATCamps are unconferences: informal and participatory meetings where humanists and technologists of all backgrounds get together to develop new skills and collaborate on projects in sessions organized on the spot.
THATCamps are hosted by institutions all over the world, including an annual event here in Virginia. This year’s Virginia edition of THATCamp will be held at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia on April 10 and 11. Support for THATCamp Virginia 2015 has been provided by the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, University Libraries, Technology-enhanced Learning and Online Strategies, and the Office of Undergraduate Academic Affairs.
Whether you’re a seasoned THATCamper or considering your first camp, we would love to see you in Blacksburg this April. Explore our site for more information about registration, travel, and lodging. If you have additional questions about THATCamp Virginia 2015, please contact Andrew Kulak (ude.t1498609411v@kal1498609411uka1498609411) and Kate Good (ude.t1498609411v@pam1498609411k1498609411), Graduate Research Assistants with the Center for Applied Technologies in the Humanities.