Islandora Camp is going to Delft, Netherlands from June 13 - 15. This will be our only stop in Europe in 2017, and we'll be holding our traditional three day camp, with two days of sessions bookending a day of hands-on training from experienced Islandora instructors. We are very pleased to announce that the instructors for our training workshop will be:
Rosie Le Faive started with Islandora in 2012 while creating the a trilingual digital library for the Commission for Environmental Cooperation. With experience and - dare she say - wisdom gained from creating highly customized sites, she's now interested in improving the core Islandora code so that everyone can use it. Her interests are in mapping relationships between objects, and intuitive UI design. She is the Digital Infrastructure and Discovery librarian at UPEI. This is her third Islandora Camp as an instructor.
Diego Pino is an experienced Islandora developer and an official Committer. This is his second camp as an instructor and he has been helping folks learn how to get the most out of Islandora on our community listserv since he joined up. Diego started with Islandora in the context of handling biodiversity data for REUNA Chile and has transitioned over to develop and support the many Islandora sites of the Metropolitan New York Library Council.
Melissa Anez has been working with Islandora since 2012 and has been the Community and Project Manager of the Islandora Foundation since it was founded in 2013. She has been a frequent instructor in the Admin Track and developed much of the curriculum, refining it with each new Camp.
Frits van Latum worked until his retirement at TU Delft Library on several subjects. He is working with Islandora on an admin and developer level since 2014. He built a considerable part of http://colonialarchitecture.eu/ and also worked on http://repository.tudelft.nl/. At the moment he is a freelance consultant and co-organiser of iCamp Europe 2017.