August 8-10, 2014
Registration for ScreencastCamp 2014 sold out in record time! However, we do have space available on our Waitlist. Click HERE to register via EventBrite!
We’re inviting 100 people to come join us for a free weekend to get more in-depth on the how to’s, the what for’s, and the here’s why of screencasting.
What’s on the schedule? Good question… we won’t know until Friday evening, because that’s when the entire session schedule get’s created. It’s really an amazing process. We come together, throw out ideas, and then put on a conference with 50 sessions! We’re also going to use Google Docs to create live notes. Campers and a room ambassador will be taking notes for all of the sessions which we will share out with everyone.
Please Join Us for Our Fourth Annual ScreencastCamp!
ScreencastCamp is a gathering of screencasters and visual communication aficionados wanting to network, learn, and collaborate on the art of screencasting. The event relies on the passion and creativity of the attendees—all sessions, discussions, and demos are led by attendees sharing their knowledge. The program isn’t determined beforehand—it’s created the first day by the participants. Anyone with something to contribute or with the desire to learn is welcome and invited to join.
ScreencastCamp follows the BarCamp model–an ad-hoc unconference born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment.
What’s so great about ScreencastCamp? WATCH OUR VIDEO TO FIND OUT!
Don’t miss this free event!
ScreencastCamp will be held August 8-10, 2014 at TechSmith headquarters in Okemos, Michigan. The event is FREE, but you do need to register! All food and drink is provided for you by the good people of TechSmith, too. We even provide you with a nice patch of land to camp on, or there are other lodging options listed on the Essential Info page.
Maybe you’ve heard about screencasting from a friend or colleague and want to figure out how to get started. Maybe you’ve created a few screencasts and want to take them to the next level. Maybe you’ve been screencasting for years and are itching to learn the latest and greatest in screencasting techniques, tools, and products.
Whatever your experience level, you have a story to tell about how and why you’re screencasting. ScreencastCamp is the place to share it.