MeasureCamp is an unconference. This means that at the start of the day the Session Board is blank. Anyone can run a session, it can be a presentation, a discussion, or even a gameshow. When the board is declared open, people claim a time slot (30 min each) and room by adding their session card to the board. There will be up to 6 sessions happening at a time.
The session card template contains space for the session title, description and your name. In addition there is space for tags, providing more information about your session. The tag options are:
So please, prior to MeasureCamp, feel free to download & print off a copy yourself so you can write your session in advance. In large clear writing – remember that it needs to be readable from the back of a crowd. If your handwriting is terrible, get a friend to write the card for you. Use a marker, not a pen!
Once you are done, feel free to take a photo & share on Twitter, Facebook or Linkedin. Ask for feedback in advance, did you get the tags right? Bring with you so you can stick on the session board as soon as it opens.
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