The Art of the Unconference

Great day at the first-ever Chicagoland Library Unconference, full of networking and talking shop with a lot of bright, dedicated people who seriously care about making libraries better. We were lucky to have a photographer taking shots throughout the day, and those will be uploaded to our flickr page soon, but I wanted to share a camera pic of one of my favorite moments from the day. This occurred when participants were invited to propose breakout session topics and vote on which ones they were most interested in. I think this epitomizes the energy and excitement in the room throughout the day. Judging by the feedback people gave the organizers in-person and via the Twitter backchannel, I’d say this event was a huge success. And the thing that made it such a success was the participation of everyone who attended. If you’d like to learn more about the event, and get some tips on organizing your own, take a look at the CLUncon blog. Can’t wait for the next one!

One comment

  1. It was great to see you and catch up! Glad to be part of such an amazing event.


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