THATCamp MSU (January, 28, 2022) - Register to Attend
** Please register by Monday, January 24, 2022 **

This year, we are holding THATCamp as a VIRTUAL event from 9:30am-3:00pm EST

THATCamp is a gathering where the agenda is set by attendees on the day of the event based on what people want to learn and/or share. It is an event where students, staff, and faculty from any discipline and from all skill levels learn and build together in sessions proposed, led, and voted upon by the community.

At DH@MSU THATCamp, we create space for meeting fellow members of the community in informal networking sessions, and we encourage people to share their work in impromptu discussions and workshops. There is also time for community members to share very short prepared or impromptu remarks about their projects and work.

The goals of DH@MSU THATCamp are:

1. To bring people back together at the beginning of the semester
2. To introduce new folks to the DH community
3. Build connections between community members for future collaborations, troubleshooting, and less formal interactions

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How can we make this event more accessible to you?
By default, closed captioning will be provided during non-breakout room sessions. If you would like captioning to be made available during breakout room sessions that you are in, please let us know, and we will arrange to have the captioner join breakout room sessions that you participate in.
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