Seminar Series: The Relationship between Human-Centered Designers and Software Developers in State-of-the-Art Technology Innovation
The department of Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) is pleased to present our Autumn 2015 Seminar Series: Current Topics in HCDE. See the full series on the HCDE website.The Relationship between Human-Centered Designers and Software Developers in State-of-the-Art Technology Innovation
MARK HASELKORN, HCDE PROFESSOR
OCTOBER 7, 2015
241 MARY GATES HALL
What is state-of-the-art technology innovation? Why does it hinge on the evolving relationship between human-centered designers and software developers? Where do other key stakeholders like end users, project sponsors, and technology administrators fit into this equation? How are standards impacting the definition of HCDE in technology innovation? How will the roles and skills of technology designers change in response to new concepts and processes for achieving successful innovation? Let’s share some stories and begin to figure out the complex, evolving nature of Human Centered Design & Engineering in this huge collaborative space called technology innovation.
About Mark P. Haselkorn
Dr. Mark Haselkorn is a Professor of Human Centered Design & Engineering at the University of Washington. He is Director of the Center on Collaborative Systems for Security, Safety & Regional Resilience (CoSSaR) and currently leads the Maritime Operations Information Sharing (MOISA) project, a research partnership sponsored by three Federal Agencies — DHS Interagency Operations Center (IOC), Program Manager for the Information Sharing Environment (PM-ISE), and National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office (NMIO) – with the goal of better understanding the information sharing requirements for regional maritime safety and security. Dr. Haselkorn also conducts research for the Red Cross Global Disaster Preparedness Center and has completed an NSF initiative to define the emerging frontier of “Humanitarian Service Science & Engineering.”
The following job description was sent from General Assembly.UX Design Immersive Instructor
In this immersive educational experience, students engage in the user experience process, developing the skills and portfolio of a junior practitioner. We are looking for instructors to lead this transformative experience through General Assembly’s User Experience Design Immersive course.
Why Teach the User Experience Design Immersive?
If you are looking to make a life-changing impact by doing what you know and love, this is the position for you. Through this unparalleled opportunity, you will:
- Deepen your own design skills by guiding students through a rigorous journey where they begin as driven novices and leave as empowered designers
- Facilitate a supportive and energetic community that lasts well beyond the course
- Challenge students to think strategically as they turn their ideas into real user experience solutions
- Hone your own leadership skills by working with an instructional team and classroom community
Who are we?
General Assembly is a venture-backed, NYC-based startup focusing on education for individuals and enterprises in the areas of technology, design, and entrepreneurship. We currently have physical classrooms in 8 cities across 4 continents, with tens of thousands of students coming through our doors.
Skills and Qualifications
- You are eager to shape the skills, minds, and trajectories of the newest generation of user experience designers.
- You are the person that your colleagues naturally gravitate to when they are looking for guidance.
- You have 4 — 5 years of experience working in user experience design.
- You have fluency in some or all of the following topics: the UX Process, User Research and
- Personas, Usability Testing, UX Analysis, Information Architecture, Interface Design,
- Wireframing, Prototyping, Analytics and Optimization, Mobile UX, and/or HTML/CSS.
- You have previous user experience design teaching experience, through a course, team training, etc.
Responsibilities and Duties
- Teach eight hours a day, five days a week, for 10 weeks.
- Instructors will need to commit 10 — 20 hours a week to working with us on curriculum/preparing to teach.
- Work closely with two – three co-instructors or teaching assistants to provide students with meaningful and prompt feedback on their progress.
- Work alongside GA staff and teaching team to best meet the needs and learning styles of your students.
- Guide students through development of a stellar final project that will showcase their abilities to hiring managers.
- Facilitate a dynamic and collaborative classroom community.
- Inspire students to persevere through the challenges of solving user experience design problems.
Questions? Contact Elyssee at email@example.com.
The following job description was sent from WB Games.
WB Games is looking for a part-time (up to 30 hours per week) Playtest Moderator to work on games for all platforms including consoles, PC, handhelds, and online. As a Playtest Moderator you will moderate groups (10 –16) through test session where data is collected on our games. During each session you will observe participant behavior and communicate that information back to the group. You will receive training for many of the necessary skills; however knowledge of research practices with people is critical.
- Prepare and execute playtest studies.
- Work with Usability managers to determine what products will need testing.
- Recruit the necessary amount and participant profile for each study
- Submit nightly notes/observations for each test
- Administer each playtest in a non-biased manner
- Maintain the inventory of gratuities (Games/T-shirts) forecasting when new stock is needed
- Develop and evolve the playtest recruitment database
- Special projects on occasion (Data Entry, Recruiting events)
- Pursuit of relevant college degree (branches of experimental psychology, human computer interaction, human factors, or related field)
- Prior Experience:
- Must have completed Psych 209
- Prior work with human subjects
- Special Knowledge or Skills that would be valuable:
- Comfortable speaking in front of groups with authority
- Experience moderating large groups effectively without supervision
- Excellent organizational skills.
- Comfortable with Microsoft Office Software (Excel, Word, Outlook)
- Knowledge of research design, qualitative, and quantitative methodologies.
- Research experience with children combined with early childhood development emphasis
- Familiar with game design theory and development process for video games.
- Genuinely enjoy gaming in all forms!
The Warner Bros. Entertainment Group of Companies is an equal opportunity employer and considers all candidates for employment regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, marital status, military or veteran’s status (including protected veterans, as may be required by federal law), sexual orientation or any other category protected by law.
The following opportunity is from Kent Sullivan, member of HCDE’s Affiliate Faculty and External Advisory Board.
The Northern Pacific Railway Historical Association, a railroad history organization, has amassed thousands of paper documents from the Northern Pacific Railway. A major part of its mission is to digitize and make available those documents, for researchers across the U.S. and around the world. The organization has a fledgling website, hosted on Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server. The way existing content is stored and organized is very haphazard. We want to fix that before it grows out of control, since many thousands of new digital documents will be added in the coming years. We are looking for someone with content architecture / information science skills to do a backend reorganization of the content on the SharePoint Portal Server.
This opportunity can be offered as a paid internship or a short-term contract position. Interested applicants may send a resume and cover letter to Kent Sullivan.
The following information is from UW’s Startup Hall.
Accepting Associate Applications for Fall Quarter
Do you know you want access to the space and resources inside Startup Hall, but don’t have a business just yet? Or, do you want to spend time here working on a project but you just don’t have the cash to rent a desk? Be a part of our a growing team dedicated to creating an exciting, new, and innovative entrepreneurial community, and join us as a work/trade Startup Hall Associate!
The following shifts are available:
- Monday through Friday: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
- Monday through Friday: 12 p.m. – 3 p.m.
- Monday through Friday: 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.
The work/trade associate position is a great way to get your foot in the door for future possible employment opportunities with Startup Hall and the organizations/companies located here. Apply today for your chance to work at Startup Hall and bank time to work on your own entrepreneurial initiatives in exchange for your help as a host, guide, helper, greeter, problem solver, and general community support person.
Startup Hall is Seattle’s new home for passionate startup founders, funders, and mentors. Startup Hall was created in partnership with Techstars, Founders’ Co-op and The University of Washington to serve as a new center of gravity for Seattle’s innovation scene.
Please direct any inquiries or questions to Allison; firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Future Career Success
Tuesday, October 20, 2015
UW Waterfront Activities Center Meeting Room, 3720 Montlake Blvd.
All UW students are invited to the Puget Sound STC Chapter’s open house for a free “Speed Networking” event. Meet and speak with potential mentors, employers, and alumnae who could help you get your career started after graduation. Light refreshments will be provided. Even though this event is free, it is limited to the first 100 people who sign up. For that reason, preregistration is required.Learn more and register here »
The following information is from the UW Alumni Association.Social media use during disaster events: The evolving role of the connected crowd in response and resilience
Talk by HCDE Professor Kate Starbird
Tues. October 27, 2015
Kane Hall, Room 120
Around the world, crises are being talked about in new ways thanks to advances in technology. Thousands and even millions of people turn to social media to seek and share information. This has spawned a new form of volunteerism—digital volunteerism—bringing people together in online spaces to offer help, both to those affected and to emergency responders.
Kate Starbird presents foundational research in digital volunteerism, and discusses recent studies examining how members of affected communities, including emergency responders and local volunteers, come together with remote volunteers to participate in “emergent crowdwork” after disasters.
Natural disasters like earthquakes, tsunamis, landslides and hurricanes threaten lives and livelihoods across the globe. Presented by the UW Graduate School, UW Alumni Association and the UW College of the Environment, Surviving Disaster: Natural Hazards and Resilient Communities explores the latest developments in social and natural science helping us prepare for, respond to and survive environmental disasters, wherever they strike.This talk is FREE, but advance registration is required »
For more information, contact the UW Alumni Association at 206–543-0540 or email@example.com.
Natural disasters like earthquakes, tsunamis, landslides and hurricanes threaten lives and livelihoods across the globe. Presented by the UW Graduate School, UW Alumni Association and the UW College of the Environment, Surviving Disaster: Natural Hazards and Resilient Communities explores the latest developments in social and natural science helping us prepare for, respond to and survive environmental disasters, wherever they strike. See all lectures.
Thursday, October 29
1011 Western Ave. Suite 810, Seattle
Members of the HCDE community are invited to BlinkThink: Gallery and Speaker Series, on Thursday, October 9. Blink will be featuring art by Alex Hulphers and presentations from Dr. Matthias Adair and Dr. Jennifer Stephan from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. They will also be offering tours of the office and wine, beer, and light refreshments will be served.
This event is free and open to the public. Please RSVP here if you plan to attend.
Questions? Contact Blink at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, October 28
4:00 — 5:30 p.m.
Startup Hall, 1100 Northeast Campus Parkway
Join Amazon designers and recruiters for a Design and User Experience Portfolio Review Session as part of Seattle Starup Week.
If you have a final or in-progress portfolio, Amazon designers will review your work and share tips about what makes a successful portflio. Don’t have a portfolio? Learn from the
team about what they look for when hiring UX designers and researchers.
Visual and UX designers, user researchers, design technologists and graphic designers are all welcome. This is one of three career-related Startup Week events open to all UW students and hosted by Startup Hall.
No RSVP necessary, but space is limited so please arrive early.
The following information is from the University of Washington Behavioral Research & Therapy Clinics.
The University of Washington Behavioral Research & Therapy Clinics (BRTC) is seeking student volunteers to support the development of an online intervention (an E-learning course) for suicidal individuals who engage in heavy episodic drinking (HED) to regulate their emotions.
The position is especially valuable for those interested in human-centered technology and/or behavioral research and provides an introduction to the workings of an active psychology research lab.
What’s in it for you:
- The opportunity to help individuals overcome debilitating psychological disorders.
- Training in E-learning concepts and software.
- Potentially included as a co-author on a conference presentation or symposia.
- Potential endorsements and/or letters of recommendation from graduate
- students in HCDE and UW Psychology.
- An excellent addition to your resume and/or portfolio.
About the Online Intervention:
The online intervention is a computer-assisted instructional program called OASIS (Online Alcohol and Suicide Intervention Study). It is essentially an E-learning course intended to examine the efficacy of a computerized intervention for heavy episodic drinkers who are suicidal. Specifically, the goal of this project is to develop a computerized version of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) skills training.
The intervention is being developed with Articulate Storyline 2, which is functionally similar to PowerPoint. The result will be a multi-media E-learning course with interactive components that incorporate instruction, review, and practice for specific DBT skills. Volunteers will primarily work with Storyline 2 to develop slides and interactions for each session of the intervention.
Who we are looking for:
- Undergraduate or graduate students with an interest in E-learning technology, interaction design, visual communication, clinical psychology, or behavioral research.
- Can devote approximately 2–6 hours/week for anywhere between 3–6 months.
- Can work independently with minimal oversight.
- Must work on-site at the BRTC clinic on campus.
- A penchant for visual communication as well as a logical, organized thinker.
- A strong grasp of Word, Excel, and Powerpoint, or functionally similar software.
- Experience with Learning Management Systems (LMS) is a plus, but not required.
About the BRTC: The BRTC is a clinical research center focusing primarily on the development and evaluation of psychotherapies for individuals with severe and chronic personality disorders. The research focuses on the understanding, assessment, and treatment of suicidal behaviors, drug addiction and of Borderline Personality Disorder. DBT is the primary treatment that is investigated at the BRTC, developed by Dr. Marsha M. Linehan, director and University of Washington professor.
Interested individuals should e-mail Alex Mann, HCDE MS student and Research Assistant at the BRTC, as soon as possible at email@example.com.
The following internship description was sent from Cambia Health Solutions.Innovation Force UX Internship
Cambia Health Solutions
This full-time internship is scheduled to begin in September/October 2015
The User Experience Design Intern will be responsible for creating useful, usable, and delightful user experience for customers, and will provide consulting in critical decisions around branding and the design process. The intern hired will be a member of Cambia’s Innovation Force, a small focused team that analyzes and creates elegant solutions to complex problems in the healthcare industry.Minimum Requirements
Competencies and Knowledge:
• Graduated with undergraduate or graduate degree in business information systems, computer science, information system, computer engineering or a related program in the last 18 months (Candidates who currently enrolled and scheduled to graduate by the end of December 2015 are also encouraged to apply)
• Minimum cumulative 3.0 grade point average
• Candidates who have served on active duty in the U.S. Military within the past 24 months or are currently serving as a member of the National Guard or reserve component are also encouraged to apply
• Excellent communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills
• Fluency in best practices for web-based information architecture and design
• Strong practical knowledge of user-centered design methodologies, usability principles and the ability to provide detailed specifications, mockups/prototypes, and style guides
• Proficiency in a variety of design tools including Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign
• Demonstrated ability to consistently produce great user-centered design solutions
• Experience designing user experiences for web, mobile, desktop or connected devices
• Ability to work effectively in cross-functional teams including the ability to broker differences and conflict well
• Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced environment, including the ability to adapt quickly and effectively to changing requirements
• Ability to think both tactically and strategically, including high levels of self-direction, innovation and imagination
• Demonstrated skills in developing interactive experiences for the Web, including consumer web products and application interfaces.
• Strong focus on the user and passionate about the customer experience and usability; experience in user experience testing and analysis.
• Demonstrated general understanding of how design impacts development; a knack for constructing dynamic, interactive designs that are technically feasible and prudent
• The ability to turn around rigorous wireframes and mockups quickly in an iterative environment
• Must be available for full-time internship beginning in September/October 2015
• Must be legally authorized to work in the United States
General Functions and Outcomes:
• Create high quality user-centered designs through consideration of market research, business requirements, customer feedback, and usability study findings
• Supports other designers on projects and interfaces with UX design team to produce designs needed.
• Stays current with and develops an understanding of “hot” and emerging technologies and how they are used in a day-to-day life by the general public.
• Knows and effectively targets audience’s personality. Understands their likes/dislikes and how they interact with virtual technologies – achieved through independent research and active participation in UX testing and studies
• Develop conceptual diagrams, wireframes, visual mockups, and prototypes
• Develop and maintain detailed user-interface specifications
• Defends designs in a manner that is respectful and educational rather than defensive
• Maintains a close relationship with engineering partners, understands the technical limitations and opportunities for development and design in any given project
If you are interested in applying, search for job # 961963 at http://www.cambiahealth.com/careers.
From Student to Startup: Entrepreneur panel at Startup Hall
Thursday, October 29, 5–6 p.m.
1100 NE Campus Parkway, UW Seattle
As a student, the impending “real world” is a very real and terrifying reality. Trying to decide what and where those first few steps after graduation are is a seemingly impossible task.
Especially when it comes to starting your own business. Luckily, there are people who have survived to tell the tale.
Come by Startup Hall on Thursday, October 29, from 5–6 p.m. to hear from a panel of current startup CEOs and Founders who began their entrepreneurial journey directly after or during their time as college students.
Hear from Startup Hall and Techstars member companies:
- Taylor Ward from Hubtag
Joe Lee from Streamline
Kevin Ye from Tack
Alvin Ko from Candy Jar
Conner Beckwith from Candy Jar
Find event on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/157253917943735/
The Puget Sound World Usability Day committee is compiling a world-class roster of UX technology thought leaders for a program filled with timely insights, strategic views, and intellectual stretching. Do you have anything to contribute about how UX is shaping and transforming the way we do and think everyday?
The 2015 World Usability theme for the 10-year-anniversary is INNOVATION. Innovation can mean different things to different people but most can agree it includes inventions and changes in products and services that improve a situation or solve a problem in a new way. Innovation in User Experience means that people can do what they need and want to, with technology, products and services that enhance their experience.
Innovation also means revolution: 2015 is the year to grow our UX revolution and bring our message to the general public: No-one should have to suffer through products and services that get in their way. People should not be made to feel stupid by technology.
Previous speaking experience is excellent and we are interested in selecting speakers who share our commitment to providing the WUD audience with unique experiences and real-time information that matters. This year’s event will be at the Microsoft HQ in Redmond.
Do you have an idea for a panel or talk? Let us know. We are accepting panel/speaker proposals now through October 18, 2015.
Please use this online form to submit your abstract. We will confirm that we’ve received your proposal and will follow up directly with you by October 21, 2015, if you’ve been accepted or if we have any questions. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presented by Toyota + Net Impact
October 30, 2015
9 a.m. — 3 p.m.
Foster School of Business, 4277 E Stevens Way, Seattle
That’s the very question Toyota Motor North America, the Toyota Mobility Foundation, and Net Impact are posing to 15 US cities to re-imagine and build the future of mobility.
You’ll be paired into small teams and immersed in a 6 hour design-thinking process to come up with solutions on how we can increase productivity, safety, and joy through the technological facets of our mobility system.
Your team will pitch your solutions — products, services, or policies — and receive feedback from Toyota and mobility experts. The top team will even have the chance to incubate their ideas during a summer internship with Toyota’s mobility innovation partners.Space is limited to 40 students. Apply now »
Food and drink will be provided at the event.
Friday, October 30
3:30 — 5:30 p.m.
Startup Hall, 1100 Northeast Campus Parkway
Want to work for a startup? Now you can!
Whether you’re a student or individual seeking employment or a startup company seeking talent to join your blossoming team of entrepreneurs, mark your calendars! Talk to dozens of fully established and vetted startups who are looking for talented people like you to join their companies.
This is one of three career-related Startup Week events open to all UW students and hosted by Startup Hall.
RSVP here: http://bit.ly/startup-fair
To participate as an employer, email Lizzie at startup hall at Lizzie@startuphall.org
October 19, 2015
HCDE Design Lab, 233 Sieg Hall
HCDE students are invited to join us for the inaugural HCDE Industry Night on October 19, 2015. Industry Nights connect current students with local UX professionals for a one-hour career talk and Q&A. Mentors discuss career paths and share tips about how students can best prepare for today’s job market.
Adam Bullock is a UX Design professional based in the Seattle metro area. During his career, Adam has designed and driven omni-channel digital experiences for brands like Nordstrom, Sorel, Columbia Sportswear, Mountain Hardwear, Sears and Nike.
Industry mentors: If you’re interested in hosting your own HCDE Industry Night for our students, please contact Cassie Atkinson-Edwards, HCDE Outreach Manager, at email@example.com to let us know how you would like to be involved.
The following event is organized by UW Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (SIGCHI)Equity In Design Education and Practice (panel)
Saturday September 19, 2015
Noon — 1:00 p.m.
Seattle Central Library, 1000 4th Ave, Seattle
Free and open to the public!
- Noelle Huskins, Associate Program Officer at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
- Susan Kemp, Professor in School of Social Work at UW
- Kristine Woolery, Senior Design Strategist at Microsoft
- Izzie Zahorian, UX Lead at Google Ideas
Through a panel discussion we hope to promote open dialogue about what it means practically to consider equity in design. Panelists will include designers of varied disciplines and professions whose work centers around economic and social equity. The aim is to have a discussion about the various approaches that do and could exist to support critical engagement with equity in the field of design. Particularly, with the growing interest amongst practitioners in design for good or social impact, we hope to interrogate questions like the following: “What tools do designers have for making unique contributions towards equity? How could we better support this work by providing practitioners with the language and frameworks to address these issues?”
The following information is from AEC Hackathon Pacific Northwest organizers.
September 25–27, 2015
University of Washington’s Center for Research and Education in Construction
7543 63rd Ave NE, Seattle
Hello Innovators, Geeks, Builders, Designers and Robots,
Technology and the tech industry are driving and changing our Architecture, Engineering, & Construction (AEC) industry and the real estate market here in the Seattle Area — which makes it a perfect time and location for our Second AEC Hackathon Pacific Northwest (and our 9th AEC Hackathon thus far!).
And to make our event even more technical and to engage the tech industry, this year we will be co-locating a Virtual Reality Hackathon in the same venue. The VR Hackathon will be focused on all things VR (with some Mixed and Augmented Reality as well) but many hackers in this network are also very interested in AEC and the built environment. This will be a great opportunity to network and collaborate with gamers and other hackers using 3D data in new and creative ways. The judging for the AEC and VR Hackathons will be separate but there will be a lot of mixing and overlap.
This is a volunteer-organized, non-profit and vendor-neutral event. Event website and registration »
The following information is from AIGA Seattle.
September 23, 2015
Pike Place Atrium, 1433 1st Avenue, Seattle
Wondering what grows from the intersection of creativity and food? Join the Design for Good Changemaker teams as we showcase and celebrate the results of the Changemaker Series!
Over the past few months, diverse volunteer design-thinking teams have used their superpowers by collaborating with local nonprofits on projects to enact social change addressing local food challenges. These include causes such as promoting access to fresh produce and healthy foods to low-income households, advocating domestic fair trade principles in the community, and empowering food entrepreneurs from immigrant communities in the hopes of creating a lasting ethnic street food market in Seattle.
- Celebrate the teams’ successes over some wine, beer, and noshes
- Check out the project showcase to see their design-oriented processes, valuable lessons learned, meaningful results and next steps for driving positive change in our community
- Meet other creatives, win a prize in our Pour Back raffle
- Commemorate the night in the photo booth
- Seed ideas for next year’s Changemaker theme
- And learn more about joining the Changemaker movement!
The Changemaker Showcase is the finale in a four-part event series that brings together diverse members of the design, nonprofit and social impact communities in partnership to use design thinking and sustainable frameworks to address today’s social challenges. Read more about Design for Good: seattle.aiga.org/designforgood
The following information is from the organizers of InfoCamp Seattle.InfoCamp Seattle 2015
Saturday, October 17, 2015
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Mary Gates Hall
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
InfoCamp is an unconference for information and technology professionals in Seattle. Our focus on information invites cross-pollination from all corners of the information world: IA/UX, Data Science, Library Science, Web Development, and beyond!
Capacity is limited; student tickets are $15 here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/infocamp-seattle-2015-tickets-18390506500Who attends InfoCamp?
InfoCamp welcomes anyone interested in information-related topics, from any perspective! Typical participants include:
- professionals and practitioners from industry, academia, non-profits, government, libraries, and other sectors;
- job– and career-seekers
InfoCamp attracts people who work with information in a variety of disciplines, from information architecture and user experience design to library science and information management.
What is the format of this unconference?
InfoCamp features an egalitarian, community-driven format in which the agenda is created during the event — so anyone who attends can lead a session! You, the participants, design and deliver most of the sessions. You determine the topic and format of your session, pitch your session idea to the group, and sign up for a time slot. The purpose of this format is to encourage collaboration, interaction, discussion, and real-time innovation. The benefits of this format include the immediacy of the topics – the sessions didn’t have to be submitted months ahead of time – and the fun, exciting (and a bit chaotic) feeling of being part of an event that’s being led by everyone.
What topics are discussed at InfoCamp?
Since InfoCamp is an unconference, nobody knows exactly what topics will be covered until the event actually starts. You can create sessions on any topic related to information, from any perspective. If you want a topic to be covered, you start the conversation. All we ask is that you don’t use session time to sell a product or service.Who owns InfoCamp?
You do! It’s all creative-commons licensed, and anyone is welcome to host an InfoCamp! InfoCamp was invented in Seattle in 2007, but we want to share the idea with the world and let anyone who wants to run with it do so.Who can register as a student?
Students enrolled in any program, any major, any school, in fall 2015 may sign up for student tickets. Be ready to show your ID.What should I bring to InfoCamp?
You might want to bring business cards, a camera, a laptop, iPad, a personal water bottle or coffee mug, etc. And of course, if you plan to lead a session, bring whatever you need for your session. This might be a laptop, a handout for participants, notes to yourself, or just an idea!
The rooms have screens, projectors (bring your mac dongle!), and most have whiteboards.Where do I go the morning of InfoCamp?
Registration will be held in Mary Gates Hall on the 1st floor (aka Mary Gates Commons).
Find Mary Gates Hall on the Campus Map:http://www.washington.edu/maps/?l=MGH