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The unconference: a new model for better professional communication

Unconferences are gatherings of people united by a passion, where the content and structure of the day is driven by the participants. An unconference is often facillitated using the Open Spaces Technology model. This uses the four flow principles: Whoever comes are the right people Whatever happens is the only thing that could have Whenever it starts is the right time When it's over, it's over During 2007 three library unconferences happened in Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane. The authors of the paper were involved in unorganising the Perth
Series Title: LIANZA Conference Papers 2008
Author: Kathryn Greenhill & Constance Wiebrand
Copyright: 2008

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