In response to the rapidly evolving events surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19), as of March 3rd, Stanford University is strongly encouraging university units to cancel or postpone events they are hosting between March 4 and April 15 that involve more than 150 participants.
In light of this decision, we feel it is in the best interest of all participants to move this event online. We did not reach this conclusion lightly and apologize to those with travel plans for the inconvenience.
We will offer all sessions online via Zoom and record them for later viewing. We think this is a good compromise and smart use of technology in this context.
Presenters, we will reach out to you separately with more details.
Thank you for your understanding.
- WebCamp Planning Team
Stanford WebCamp is a two-day event for community and by community to discuss the ins and outs of building websites and research tools.
There are many reasons to attend Stanford WebCamp, but in particular, we try to tailor our camp to both an on- and off-campus community. We will have specific tracks and sessions geared to Stanford community members. We will also have a lot of sessions for beginners as well as advanced sessions. In addition, we will be sharing some specific case studies about what Stanford is doing.
So, to summarize, here are some reasons to attend:
And here are some people who should consider attending:
If you are enthusiastic and want to help out with WebCamp, consider volunteering at the event. To become a volunteer, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org