An unconference is a participant-driven meeting. There's no one in charge here, no lecture or slide deck. This is a big open space where you can break off into small groups and discuss whatever's on your mind.
Some "rules" typically laid out at an unconference include: (1) The people who come are the best people who could have come. (2) Whatever happens is the only thing that could have happened. (3) It starts when it starts. (4) It's over when it's over. (5) The Law of Two Feet: If you're not learning from or contributing to a conversation, it's up to you to walk away and find one where you can contribute or learn.
If your brain is overloaded after the past few days, or if you've realized you still haven't learned that one key thing you hoped to learn, stop by this open space anytime from 10:30-noon and see if there are others who want to reflect with you, teach you, or learn from you. Learn more about unconferences/open spaces at wikipedia.org/wiki/Unconference.
Saturday March 15, 2014 10:30am - 12:00pm