Our diverse community includes amateur and professional content creators and communicators. This includes folks from all areas of new media — writers, producers, photographers, designers, podcasters, developers and bloggers.
Unconferences are facilitated, participant-driven events centred on a theme or purpose. The first PodCamp was held in Boston in 2006. Since then, new media and technology communities in numerous cities have held PodCamps.
When someone signs up to attend PodCamp they become a participant. Because we’re an unconference, we ask our participants to provide the programming and sessions. To speak at PodCamp is to share knowledge, expertise and perspective while facilitating a discussion. Participants at PodCamp bring their curiosity and passion for new media and creativity.
Participants at PodCamp exercise the Law of Two Feet. That is, when a participant finds they are not learning or contributing to discussion, they must find a discussion where they can learn something by taking their “two feet” elsewhere. Participants also cross-pollinate ideas by spreading discussion ideas as they go. In addition to lots of conversation in the halls, we always have a vibrant Twitter stream of ideas emerging from sessions.
Follow the #PCTO15 hashtag to keep up and join in on those conversations!
Parking is not provided on-site, though there are several paid lots and some street parking available in the immediate area. Heated underground parking is available directly across Gould Street underneath the Metro grocery store. To access it, come north from Dundas up Dalhousie Street (one way) and the entrance to the garage will be on your right just before you get to Gould.