Because THATCamp is an unconference, the agenda will be decided during the first session of the first day.
Our goal for the THATCamp is to provide space and time for wide-ranging discussion relating to digital humanities and social sciences at the undergraduate level in general, and possibly RIT’s new DHSS degree in specific. We have rooms for breakout sessions as well as the use of the auditorium. We will go where our collective mood takes us!
The rough schedule for Friday, May 6th will be:
8:45 – Registration opens, coffee, light breakfast
9:30 – Dr. Angel Nieves, “Spatial Humanities, The Power of Place, and Disembodiments”
10:45 – Morning sessions
12:30 – Lunch
1:30 – Afternoon sessions
3:30 – Dr. Caitlyn Fisher, “Future of Interactive Storytelling and Augmented Reality”
4:45 – Mixer with appetizers and refreshments