Islandora Camp is going to be in Halifax, Nova Scotia from July 18 - 20, 2018. We'll be holding our standard three day camp, with two days of sessions and one day of hands-on training from experienced Islandora instructors. You can register for the camp and find out more here. We are very pleased to announce that the instructors for our training workshop will be:
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.
Kim Pham is a librarian at the University of Denver. From 2014-2018 she worked at the University of Toronto Scarborough Library and was responsible for analysing system requirements, providing technical support and training and product management in the Digital Scholarship Unit. Kim has been part of the Islandora community since 2014, participating in release teams, interest groups, and is a committer for Islandora 7.x.
Daniel Lamb has his B.Sc. in Mathematics and has been programming since before he could drive. He is currently serving as the Islandora Foundation's Technical Lead, and hopes to promote a collaborative and respectful environment where constructive criticism is encourage and accepted. He is married with two children, and lives on beautiful Prince Edward Island, Canada. If he had free time, he'd be spending it in front of his kamado style grill.
Bryan J. Brown has been a member of the Islandora community since 2014 when he started working at Florida State University Libraries as their Repository Developer and began a project to migrate their Digital Commons IR to Islandora. Bryan is a committer and co-convener of the IR and DevOps Interest Groups, and this is his first camp as an instructor. His interests include (but are not limited to) repository workflows and analytics, user experience, project management, and dogs.