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=<span style="font-size: 1.4em; line-height: 1.5;">Call for participation: December 1, 2015 Ignite and Unconference in the Washington DC area</span>=  
=Thanks to everyone who participated!!!=  


Enjoy the [[https:''youtu.be/9f0Z-ivi9WU%20|low-rez "guerilla" webcast of the Ignite talks]] and the tweets and photos via '''#openlabworkshop'''.
<youtube>9f0Z-ivi9WU</youtube>
'''Twitter Hashtag:''' #openlabworkshop
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=<span style="font-size: 1.4em; line-height: 1.5;">Tuesday December 1, 2015 Ignite and Unconference in the Washington DC area</span>=
<span style="font-size: 1.4em; line-height: 1.5;">'''Change is hard and slow and we suck at it. Why? Can we do something about that?'''</span>
<span style="font-size: 1.4em; line-height: 1.5;">'''[[Openlab Concept|Read the Openlab Concept brief]]'''</span>
==[[File:New.png|75x38px]][[Ignite talks|Ignite speakers announced!!!]]==
==[[File:icon-new-small.png]] [[Participating Institutions|Over 80 organizations will be participating]]==


=Change is hard and slow and we suck at it. Why? Can we do something about that?=
==<span style="text-decoration: line-through;">Propose an Ignite talk: http://goo.gl/forms/AusW2UpspJ</span> Proposals are no longer being accepted, thanks!==
* <span style="line-height: 1.5;">Ignite talks are short 5-minute presentations with 20 slides that advance automatically. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ignite_(event).</span>
* <span style="line-height: 1.5;">Talk about something you're passionate about. It doesn't have to be about the Openlab concept directly, but it should be stimulating, provocative, or fun for people who work with and think about the future, democracy, citizenship, education, making, whatever.</span>
* <span style="line-height: 1.5;">Proposals will be accepted through October 31, 2015</span>


==Register for the Unconference: http://goo.gl/forms/tqdPMLbDyT==


==Location and start time==  
==Location and start time==  
Estimated 2pm start (exact schedule TBD)
<span style="text-decoration: line-through;">Estimated 2pm - 6:00 pm with cash bar for the Ignite talks and food/bar after</span>
[[http://www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/virginia/hilton-crystal-city-at-washington-reagan-national-airport-DCANAHF/index.html|Hilton Crystal City]]
* 2:00pm unconference
<span style="line-height: 1.5;">2399 Jefferson Davis Hwy</span>
* 5:15 break (cash bar opens)
<span style="line-height: 1.5;">Arlington, VA 22202</span>
* 5:45 Ignite
<span style="background-color: #ffffff; color: #1155cc; font-family: Calibri,sans-serif; font-size: 14.6667px;">[[@http://www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/virginia/hilton-crystal-city-at-washington-reagan-national-airport-DCANAHF/index.html]]</span>
* <span style="text-decoration: line-through;">6:45</span> 7:00 Reception (cash bar, food to fill you up.)
 
[http://www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/virginia/hilton-crystal-city-at-washington-reagan-national-airport-DCANAHF/index.html|Hilton Crystal City]
 
2399 Jefferson Davis Hwy
 
Arlington, VA 22202
 
[http://www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/virginia/hilton-crystal-city-at-washington-reagan-national-airport-DCANAHF/index.html]]
 
Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/ZmJxTEJG6zz


The main page for the Openlab Workshop is here: http://openlabworkshop.wikispaces.com
The main page for the Openlab Workshop is here: http://openlabworkshop.wikispaces.com
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Do you love science, history, and the humanities? Are you passionate about technology and the future of museums, libraries, and archives?
Do you love science, history, and the humanities? Are you passionate about technology and the future of museums, libraries, and archives?
If so, join us at the Openlab Workshop Unconference and Ignite talks on the afternoon of December 1, 2015, in Crystal City, VA (just outside DC).
If so, join us at the Openlab Workshop Unconference and Ignite talks on the afternoon of December 1, 2015, in Crystal City, VA (just outside DC).
Use the links above to register for the Unconference and propose an Ignite talk.
Use the links above to register for the Unconference and propose an Ignite talk.


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As a starting point (and food for thought), here are some of the questions that we've been wrestling with (and need help with!),
As a starting point (and food for thought), here are some of the questions that we've been wrestling with (and need help with!),
* <span style="line-height: 1.5;">What needs to change in galleries, libraries, archives, and museums (GLAMs)? How can technology help (or hurt) GLAM missions?</span>
* What needs to change in galleries, libraries, archives, and museums (GLAMs)? How can technology help (or hurt) GLAM missions?
* <span style="line-height: 1.5;">How can Openlab help individual scholar/researchers and small and mid-sized organizations?</span>
* How can Openlab help individual scholar/researchers and small and mid-sized organizations?
* <span style="line-height: 1.5;">What is Openlab’s primary value proposition? Is the overarching vision compelling, accurate, and complete?</span>
* What is Openlab’s primary value proposition? Is the overarching vision compelling, accurate, and complete?
* <span style="line-height: 1.5;">What is missing in the current funding and support landscape for GLAMs and the humanities? What can a project like Openlab add?</span>
* What is missing in the current funding and support landscape for GLAMs and the humanities? What can a project like Openlab add?
* <span style="line-height: 1.5;">How can Openlab improve the lives of scholars and citizens? How can it benefit the common good?</span>
* How can Openlab improve the lives of scholars and citizens? How can it benefit the common good?
* <span style="line-height: 1.5;">What is a realistic 5-year program of activities for Openlab? In what sequence should these features and programs be unveiled and delivered? What levels of cost and effort will produce the best outcomes?</span>
* What is a realistic 5-year program of activities for Openlab? In what sequence should these features and programs be unveiled and delivered? What levels of cost and effort will produce the best outcomes?
* <span style="line-height: 1.5;">If Openlab moves forward, where should the project be based and how should it be run? Does Openlab need to have a physical space? How would a physical presence affect the project’s scope and capabilities?</span>
* If Openlab moves forward, where should the project be based and how should it be run? Does Openlab need to have a physical space? How would a physical presence affect the project’s scope and capabilities?
* <span style="line-height: 1.5;">What kind of staff does Openlab require, and with what skills?</span>
* What kind of staff does Openlab require, and with what skills?
* <span style="line-height: 1.5;">What models of evaluation are appropriate for Openlab? How would different evaluation techniques affect the freedom to experiment and fail?</span>
* What models of evaluation are appropriate for Openlab? How would different evaluation techniques affect the freedom to experiment and fail?
* <span style="line-height: 1.5;">What are the benefits and risks of conducting Openlab as a global initiative? How might the project be “global by default”? </span>
* What are the benefits and risks of conducting Openlab as a global initiative? How might the project be “global by default”?  
* <span style="line-height: 1.5;">What are the risks of the Openlab project? How might they be mitigated?</span>
* What are the risks of the Openlab project? How might they be mitigated?
<span style="line-height: 1.5;">...Feel free to edit/expand this list and make suggestions.</span>
...Feel free to edit/expand this list and make suggestions.


<span style="line-height: 1.5;">This will be a low budget affair, and we're making it up as we go along, so bear with us and let us know if there's something we're missing or anything else you'd like to know. Thanks! [[user:edsonm]]</span>
And let us know if there's something we're missing or anything else you'd like to know. Thanks! [[user:edsonm]]




We value your attendance. The OpenLab Workshop is being convened under the DLF's [[@http://www.diglib.org/about/code-of-conduct/|Code of Conduct]].
We value your attendance. The OpenLab Workshop is being convened under the DLF's [http://www.diglib.org/about/code-of-conduct/ Code of Conduct].




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==Openlab Workshop Organizers/Co-Conveners==
'''Openlab Workshop Organizers, Co-Conveners, and Partners'''
<span style="font-size: 19.5px;">[[File:openlabworkshop/Logo_neh_50_logo_2color.jpg|341x85px]] [[File:Logo-CLIR-Highrez-CLIRLogo-1945-sidetextHiRes.jpg|278x105px]]</span>
 
<span style="font-size: 19.5px;">[[File:openlabworkshop/LogoAlliance_logo_FullColorOnWhite.jpg|196x90px]] [[File:openlabworkshop/LogoAAM_Sub-Brand2|490x78px]] [[File:openlabworkshop/Logo_ala_stacked.jpg|332x77px]] [[File:openlabworkshop/logo_DPLA.png|213x79px]] [[File:openlabworkshop/DLF_Logo.png|183x86px]] [[File:logo_Metro.png|175x68px]]</span>
[[File:NEH 50 Logo.jpg|204x65px|left]] [[File:Logo-CLIR-Highrez-CLIRLogo-1945-sidetextHiRes.jpg|158x67px]]
Workshop organizers/co-conveners are the [[http:''www.aam-us.org/|American Alliance of Museums]] [[http://www.aam-us.org/resources/center-for-the-future-of-museums|Center for the Future of Museums]], [[http://ala.org|The American Library Association]] [[http://www.ala.org/transforminglibraries/future|Center for the Future of Libraries]], The [[http://dp.la|Digital Public Library of America]], the [[http://digilib.org|Digital Library Federation]] and [New!] the [[http:''metro.org/|Metropolitan New York Library Council.]]
 
[[File:LogoAlliance_logo_FullColorOnWhite.jpg|142x70px]] [[File:LogoAAM Sub-Brand2 Logo2 Gray.jpg|277x52px]] [[File:Logo ala .jpg||215x52px]]  
[[File:DPLA Logo.png|128x50px]] [[File:DLF Logo 2.png|140x62px]] [[File:logo_Metro.png|164x69px]] [[File:logo-SAAHoriz-Blue-238w.png|152x76px]]  
[[File:BPOC Logo.png|167px]] [[File:Europeana Logo.png|254px]] [[File:logo-smarthistory.png|118px]]  
[[File:Logo-CapVisCntr.png|139px]] [[File:Logo-Header-Retina-Carnegie.png|257px]] [[File:logo_Historypin.png|255px]]
[[File:Logo-datasociety logotype.png|269px]]


==<span style="line-height: 1.5;">Openlab Workshop Partners</span>==
* <span style="background-color: #ffffff;">[[https://www.visitthecapitol.gov/|U.S. Capitol Visitors Center]]</span>
* <span style="background-color: #ffffff;">[[http://studio.carnegiemuseums.org/|The Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh Innovation Studio]]</span>
[[File:openlabworkshop/Logo-CapVisCntr_c.png]][[File:openlabworkshop/Logo-Header-Retina-Carnegie.png|link=http://studio.carnegiemuseums.org/]]
<span style="background-color: #ffffff;">[[File:openlabworkshop/New.png]]We are thrilled to welcome the [[https://www.visitthecapitol.gov/|U.S. Capitol Visitors Center]] as our newest Openlab Workshop Partner.</span>
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Twitter: [[http://twitter.com/openlabw|@OpenlabW]]
Twitter: [http://twitter.com/openlabw @OpenlabW]
Hashtag: [[https://twitter.com/search?q=%23openlabworkshop&src=typd|#openlabworkshop]]
Hashtag: #openlabworkshop

Latest revision as of 10:09, 9 August 2018

Thanks to everyone who participated!!!

Enjoy the low-rez "guerilla" webcast of the Ignite talks and the tweets and photos via #openlabworkshop.

Twitter Hashtag: #openlabworkshop


Tuesday December 1, 2015 Ignite and Unconference in the Washington DC area

Change is hard and slow and we suck at it. Why? Can we do something about that?

Read the Openlab Concept brief

New.pngIgnite speakers announced!!!

Icon-new-small.png Over 80 organizations will be participating

Location and start time

Estimated 2pm - 6:00 pm with cash bar for the Ignite talks and food/bar after

  • 2:00pm unconference
  • 5:15 break (cash bar opens)
  • 5:45 Ignite
  • 6:45 7:00 Reception (cash bar, food to fill you up.)

Crystal City

2399 Jefferson Davis Hwy

Arlington, VA 22202

[1]]

Google map: https://goo.gl/maps/ZmJxTEJG6zz

The main page for the Openlab Workshop is here: http://openlabworkshop.wikispaces.com and an overview of the Openlab concept is here: http://openlabworkshop.wikispaces.com/Openlab+Concept

Do you love science, history, and the humanities? Are you passionate about technology and the future of museums, libraries, and archives? If so, join us at the Openlab Workshop Unconference and Ignite talks on the afternoon of December 1, 2015, in Crystal City, VA (just outside DC).

Use the links above to register for the Unconference and propose an Ignite talk.

The Ignite talks and unconference will kick off a formal invitation-only workshop being held the following day, and the idea is to use the unconference/Ignite sessions to get some strong opinions and insight from perspectives and voices that might not otherwise get heard at a formal planning workshop.

As a starting point (and food for thought), here are some of the questions that we've been wrestling with (and need help with!),

  • What needs to change in galleries, libraries, archives, and museums (GLAMs)? How can technology help (or hurt) GLAM missions?
  • How can Openlab help individual scholar/researchers and small and mid-sized organizations?
  • What is Openlab’s primary value proposition? Is the overarching vision compelling, accurate, and complete?
  • What is missing in the current funding and support landscape for GLAMs and the humanities? What can a project like Openlab add?
  • How can Openlab improve the lives of scholars and citizens? How can it benefit the common good?
  • What is a realistic 5-year program of activities for Openlab? In what sequence should these features and programs be unveiled and delivered? What levels of cost and effort will produce the best outcomes?
  • If Openlab moves forward, where should the project be based and how should it be run? Does Openlab need to have a physical space? How would a physical presence affect the project’s scope and capabilities?
  • What kind of staff does Openlab require, and with what skills?
  • What models of evaluation are appropriate for Openlab? How would different evaluation techniques affect the freedom to experiment and fail?
  • What are the benefits and risks of conducting Openlab as a global initiative? How might the project be “global by default”?
  • What are the risks of the Openlab project? How might they be mitigated?

...Feel free to edit/expand this list and make suggestions.

And let us know if there's something we're missing or anything else you'd like to know. Thanks! user:edsonm


We value your attendance. The OpenLab Workshop is being convened under the DLF's Code of Conduct.



Openlab Workshop Organizers, Co-Conveners, and Partners

NEH 50 Logo.jpg

Logo-CLIR-Highrez-CLIRLogo-1945-sidetextHiRes.jpg

LogoAlliance logo FullColorOnWhite.jpg LogoAAM Sub-Brand2 Logo2 Gray.jpg Logo ala .jpg DPLA Logo.png DLF Logo 2.png Logo Metro.png Logo-SAAHoriz-Blue-238w.png BPOC Logo.png Europeana Logo.png Logo-smarthistory.png Logo-CapVisCntr.png Logo-Header-Retina-Carnegie.png Logo Historypin.png Logo-datasociety logotype.png


Twitter: @OpenlabW Hashtag: #openlabworkshop