In lieu of our usual summer Islandora Camp in PEI, our 2014 Canadian camp is going to the big city. #iCampGTA will take place on the campus of the University of Toronto Scarborough from August 6-8, 2014. If you have any questions about the GTA Camp, please contact us.
Islandora Camp GTA 2014
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**Call for Scholarships** - Deadline: July 29th, 2014
Islandora is pleased to announce the availability of 2 bursaries to cover the $495.00 registration cost for Islandora Camp GTA. We welcome applications from all those who are interested in attending camp. Please send a one-page letter telling us why you want to come and what you hope to learn by attending Islandora Camp.
You can submit letters of interest to email@example.com by July 29th
Recipients of the bursaries will be notified by July 31st.
What will be happening at #iCampGTA? Check out the full schedule of events.
Our instructors have prepared a curriculum which blends discussion, hands-on experience, collaboration, and community presentations.
Day One and Three will focus on developments, initiatives and of course, you, the Islandora Community. Day Two will be a full day, hands-on workshop where you can either build and configure a new Islandora site (Admin Track) or learn how to build a custom Islandora module (Developers Track).
Having a hard time deciding on which track to attend?
For repository and collection managers, librarians, archivists, and anyone else who deals primarily with the front-end experience of Islandora and would like to learn how to get the most out of it, or developers who would like to learn more about the front-end experience.
For developers, systems people, and anyone dealing with Islandora at the code-level, or any front-end Islandora users who are interested in learning more about the developer side.
We will be posting slides after the camp for those wanting to check out discussions and material from the other track.
#iCampGTA will begin in just 19 days, and we are so excited to see participation from over a dozen institutions in this summer camp!
We are pleased to introduce the team ready to lead these workshops:
Kirsta Stapelfeldt, once the Repository Manager of the Islandora Project, Kirsta is currently the Digital Scholarship Unit Coordinator and the University of Toronto Scarborough. She is also an active member of the Roadmap Committee, a frequent guest-blogger on this site, and your maven of all things Islandora admin-interface.
David Wilcox is the Product Manager for the Fedora Project and a long-term member of both the Fedora and Islandora communities. He is a representative on the Islandora Roadmap Committee, a convenor for the Fedora 4 Interest Group, and regularly provides support and mentoring to new and current repository users.
Nick Ruest is the Digital Assets Librarian at York University. He is also a member of the Islandora Roadmap Committee, a prolific committer and contributor of new modules to the community, and is a convenor for the Preservation Interest Group. Nick blogs at ruebot.net.
Jordan Dukart is a developer at discoverygarden and a new addition to the Islandora instructor circuit. He is an active member within the Islandora community, a dedicated committer, an established contributor of new modules and master of the pull request.
Slides from Camp UK have been posted. Check out the schedule for content from individual sessions.
Speaking of camps, Camp GTA is only in 81 days away. Watch out for updated information on accommodations, travel, and the schedule.
If you would like to present at camp you still have until May 30th to send us your proposals.