Mark your calendars for our third ScreencastCamp on August 2 – 4, 2013! Once again, we’re having it at our TechSmith offices in the lovely Lansing, Michigan area.
Already sold on it? Register now (it’s free to attend!)
Update 5/8: We’ve filled the 100 spots available for ScreencastCamp but have opened a wait list. If you register you’ll be added to the wait list and notified if a spot opens up.
We also hope to offer live streaming from at least one room during the event, and notes or recordings from as many sessions as we can. Please join the conversation in the comments about how we can best deliver the session content to you.
What is ScreencastCamp?
I know some of you are wondering, “What in the world is this ScreencastCamp thing?” ScreencastCamp is a gathering of screencasters and visual communication aficionados wanting to network, learn, and collaborate on the art of screencasting.
ScreencastCamp is an un-conference that follows the BarCamp model. What does that mean? It means you, the participants, pick, lead, and share your knowledge in sessions, discussions, and demos. The program is not set beforehand. It’s created the first day by the attendees in an open learning environment. Anyone with something to contribute or with the desire to learn is welcome and invited to join.
Want to know what’s so great about ScreencastCamp? Hear from attendees in this video:
Can’t see the embedded video? Watch it on YouTube!
Also, check out some pics from past ScreencastCamps:
Can’t see the slideshow above? View it on Flickr.
It’s free to attend. We will even let you camp out in our offices at TechSmith or on our lawn! If camping isn’t your thing, there are plenty of hotels within walking distance. TechSmith will feed you too! Find out more info and register at the ScreencastCamp website.
Will I see you there? I’ll bring the sporks!