What is the STELLA Unconference?
STELLA = Science, Technology & Engineering Library Leaders in Action.
An UNCONFERENCE is a facilitated, participant-driven conference where the attendees drive the agenda and freely form new discussions and sub-groups as ideas emerge.
This event is for current or aspiring science, technology, or medical/health librarians. You’ll get to meet other STEM-focused librarians and information professionals, and get to take part in talks and presentations that are decided at the time of the conference (instead of watching presentations on topics that were arranged a year or more before the conference).
Save the date and RSVP for April 25 & 26, 2014.
The next STELLA Unconference is in the works!!! The unconference is set to be in California at Stanford University, April 25-26, 2014. Jeffra Bussmann, Helen Josephine, and Talitha Matlin are co-coordinating this event. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. We will slowly be updating this site as we gather and determine more information about the upcoming STELLA 2014 in California!
Hello from many (but not all!) of the happy STELLA 2012 attendees!
This year, we will have a keynote speaker. Amy Buckland has agreed to help kick off our unconference with a talk on something very important. We are not sure what the topic is yet, but we know that she will find something interesting for us to think about. The rest of the conference will be set in the traditional unconference style.
If you are not familiar with Amy, you can watch or listen to some of her past presentations. (She is the eScholarship, ePublishing & Digitization Coordinator at McGill University Library.)
We will post a Google Doc page so that people can start to sign up for the unconference. Please add your email. You could edit the email so that it won’t be scraped by spammers (such as jane dot smith at the g mail dot com.) See you all later this fall.
Please save these dates. The 2nd STELLA Unconference will be in New York City (Brooklyn College to be specific) on November 9th and 10th, 2012. Jill Cirasella has graciously offered to host it this year. More info to come. If you don’t remember what STELLA stood for, it is “Science, Technology, and Engineering Library Leaders in Action.”