Registration

UPDATE: THATCampMuseumsNYC is now completely enrolled with all 90 spaces having been taken up in less than eight days. If you would like to be put on the wait list, please fill out the registration form below and we will be in contact with you if a place opens up.

For problems or questions please email thatcampmuseumsnyc[at]bgc[dot]bard[dot]edu.

Already have a THATCamp account?

If you've attended a THATCamp in the past, you probably already have an account on thatcamp.org. Log in and we'll pre-fill some of your information for you.

Registration Information

In a few sentences, please tell us why you want to come to THATCamp. You might tell us what task you want to accomplish, what problem you want to solve, what new perspective you want to understand, what issue you want to discuss, or what skill you want to learn. Remember, though: no paper proposals! THATCamp is for working and talking with others, not for presenting to a silent audience.

Personal Information

Please note that the following information from your profile may be publicly displayed on this website: your name, biography, field of study, title, institutional affiliation, website, and Twitter handle. No other information will be publicly displayed.





Tell us a little about yourself.


Example: thatcamp.org


Example: @thatcamp


Examples: Assistant Professor, Instructional Technologist, Archivist, Software Engineer, Graduate student


Examples: George Mason University, New York Public Library, Automattic


e.g., Art History, English, Library Science


Which days do you plan to attend this THATCamp?


If you have dietary, language, spatial, accessibility, or other needs, please describe them here. We will make every effort to accommodate you.

 

5 Responses to Registration

  1. Gretchen Nadasky says:

    Would love to join in May!

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  3. Meredith Wisner says:

    I hope to join in May!

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