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Location:University Michigan School of Information, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. Dates: August 24 - 26, 2016 Cost: $450 USD
Instructors will include staff from Artefactual Systems, archivists from the Bentley Historical Library, Kari Smith (Digital Archivist, MIT Libraries) and Ben Fino-Radin (Associate Media Conservator at the Museum of Modern Art).
Original Announcement: https://www.artefactual.com/archivematica-camp-save-the-date/
Registration for this event is now open!
Please fill out this Registration Form to reserve your spot.
Cost: US$450: Includes:
- 2 days of workshops and training
- 1 day of hackathon or unconference
- Continental breakfast each day
- coffee/tea throughout the event
- surprise swag item
Refunds can be processed up to 60 days before the event (i.e. up to June 24), minus 3% to cover the cost of the credit card processing fee. We will try to accommodate cancellations that are requested with less than 60 days notice, but it will depend on the total number of registrants at the time. Registration is transferable, to allow another person from the same organization to attend in place of the original person, for example.
The first two days will be structured as workshops and training sessions. The beginning and ending sessions will be single-stream, with all participants together. The middle half will be split into two streams, which we are calling 'Digital Curator' and 'Technologist'.
The 3rd day is considered optional. The main focus is a Hydra/Fedora/Islandora-Archivematica Integration design charette. Space will be provided for a parallel 1 day unconference session, addressing additional participant interests.
- Hydra/Fedora/Islandora hackfest/charette planning page
- Archivematica Unconference planning page
 Code of Conduct
The Archivematica Community is dedicated to providing a welcoming and positive experience for everyone, whether they are in a formal session or a social setting related to an Archivematica event, or are taking part in activities online. Archivematica participants come from all over the world and bring with them a wide variety of professional, personal and social backgrounds; whatever these may be, we treat colleagues with dignity and respect. We are sensitive to the fact that the international nature of the Archivematica Community means that we span many different social norms around language and behaviour and we strive to conduct ourselves in ways that are unlikely to cause offence. In the event that someone’s conduct is causing offence or distress, the Archivematica Community has a detailed Anti-Harassment Policy, details below, which can be applied to address the problem.
The first step in dealing with any serious misconduct is to contact a member of the organizing group, or a counsellor at an Archivematica Camp (please see counsellors, below). These people will be made known before and during any Archivematica Camp event.
The Archivematica Community is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone. If you have been harassed, please consult this protocol for conflict resolution which makes clear how we can help.
The Archivematica Community has established the following policy to make it clear that we do not tolerate harassment in any form. Sexual or discriminatory language and imagery are not appropriate for any event venue, including talks, or any other communication channel used during the conference (such as social media).
- offensive verbal comments related to sex, gender, ethnicity, nationality, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, age, race, religion;
- sexual or discriminatory images in public spaces;
- deliberate intimidation;
- harassing photography or recording;
- sustained disruption of talks or other events;
- inappropriate physical contact; and
- unwelcome sexual attention.
The lingua franca of Archivematica Camp is English; however, English may not be the native language of Archivematica Camp participants. Further, cultural norms around what may be considered obscene and offensive communication will vary among PASIG attendees. Delegates are asked to please be mindful of the international character of Archivematica Camp, and to use respectful and clear language free of slang to facilitate communication.
Participants asked to stop any harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately.
If a participant engages in harassing behavior, event organizers and Archivematica representatives (or their designees) may take any action they deem appropriate, including warning the offender, expulsion from the Archivematica Camp, or contacting a higher authority such as a representative from the offender’s institution.
If a participant raises a concern relating to actions covered by this policy in good faith, there will be no retaliation for bringing forward their concern. Threatening or taking action against someone for invoking this policy or for participating in any related investigation will be considered a violation of this policy.
Participants are expected to follow the anti-harassment policy at all conference-related venues, conference-related social events, and online communication channels
We expect attendees and speakers past and present to be respectful to each other, and we will deal with any incidents that arise, including on social media.
We value your participation in the Archivematica community and your support in keeping the Archivematica community a safe, welcoming, and friendly space for fellow participants.
This policy is based on the PASIG Code of Conduct, portions of which were modified from the Open Repositories’ code of conduct, which was itself modified from Seattle Attic’s code of conduct and the Ada Initiative’s event harassment policy.
This document is licensed under Creative Commons BY-SA.
 Accommodations & Travel
- Bell Tower Hotel
The Bell Tower is a 3 minute walk from the School of Information. A room block has been reserved at the Bell Tower Hotel, with a group discount rate. A discount code will be provided to all registrants. The group rate is $166 per night for a standard queen room single occupancy, $177 for double occupancy, with king and double bed rooms available as well. This is about $20 off the regular daily rate.
- Graduate Ann Arbor
Another option within a 2 or 3 minute walk. Rooms start at $229 per night, being renovated Winter 2016.
- Outside City Center
There are a number of less expensive options within a 15 minute drive.
Please edit this wiki to include any information you think would be helpful for other attendees.
 Call for Proposals
Please contribute to this wiki if you have any ideas for what you would like to see at ArchivematiCamp One. Contributions could include, but are not limited to:
- Curriculum topics for the workshop
- Unconference agenda items
- Lightning Talks or presentations you would like to share
Add your ideas here on the wiki, or email email@example.com if you prefer.
 Social Events
 Newcomer Dinner
Stealing an idea from Code4Lib - this is an opportunity to socialize the night before Camp begins. We are all newcomers this time around.
- When: Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016
- Time: 6 PM (ish) or whenever you can get your group together
- Mastermind (if you have any questions): Justin Simpson
- Max of 6 per group
- Please, no waitlisting
- Some restaurants can hold multiple groups of six. It is up to you to investigate the venue to see if this is possible.
- One leader needed for each location
- Leader duties
- Make reservations if required; otherwise make sure that the restaurant can handle a group of 6
- Herd folks from hotel to restaurant (know where you're going!)
- Leader duties
- See a restaurant that's not listed? Feel free to add one, but please make sure that it is open that evening.
 Group Social
We'd like to plan a group dinner, for the night of Wednesday August 24th. This would be an optional, purely social event, the cost for it is not included in the Camp registration. If you are interested use this Sign Up Form.
- Tom Belton, Western University
- Ed Busch, Michigan State University
- Lora Davis, Johns Hopkins University
- Leilani Dawson, Wildlife Conservation Society Library & Archives
- Max Eckard, Bentley Historical Library
- Aaron Elkiss, University of Michigan
- Ben Goldman, Penn State University
- Bonnie Gordon, Rockefeller Archive Center
- Grant Hurley, Scholars Portal, Ontario Council of University Libraries
- Krista Jamieson, University of Alberta Libraries
- Daniel Johnson, University of Iowa
- Marco Klindt, Zuse Institute Berlin
- Kirsty Lee, University of Edinburgh
- Eugenia McAllister, Talladega College
- Paul Neirink, Wayne State University
- Dale Patterson, United Methodist Church Archives - GCAH
- Margaret Peachy, Tufts University
- Shira Peltzman, UCLA Library
- Dallas Pillen, Bentley Historical Library
- Scott Prater, University of Wisconsin - Madison
- Matt Ransom, Appalachian State University
- Walker Sampson, University of Colorado Boulder
- Dan Santamaria, Tufts Digital Collections and Archives
- Lynda Schmitz Fuhrig, Smithsonian Institution Archives
- Bethany Scott, University of Houston
- Mike Shallcross, Bentley Historical Library
- Joel Simpson, independent consultant
- Dina Sokolova, Columbia University
- A. Soroka, University of Virginia/Fedora community
- Kelly Spring, University of California Irvine
- Nathan Tallman, University of Cincinnati Libraries
- Robin Taylor, University of Edinburgh
- Jess Whyte, University of Toronto (student)
- Perry Willett, California Digital Library
- Lauren Work, University of Virginia
- Wei Zhao, Scholars Portal, Ontario Council of University Libraries
- Ben Fino-Radin, MoMA
- Evelyn McLellan, Artefactual Systems
- Sarah Romkey, Artefactual Systems
- Justin Simpson, Artefactual Systems
- Kari Smith, MIT Libraries