IT's a wrap!

Thanks to everyone who's participated in this year's IT Unconference.

The tenth annual Stanford IT Unconference kicked off on Thursday, December 3 with the Opening, a Spotlight on IDEAL IT and Agenda Creation. Sessions took place from December 8, 9 and 10. The unconference is a week-long event geared toward building community among Stanford’s IT professionals. The event is sponsored by schools, departments, and administrative units across the University.

Recordings of the lightning talks are up. Spotlight and session recordings are posted on the Past Sessions page.

Lightning Talks

You can pitch an idea, a project, a solution, a trend or a perspective to hundreds of IT Unconference attendees – present a 10,000 foot view or break out the nuts and bolts. You will have 5 minutes to blast out the information to an audience looking for fast facts.

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An unconference is a facilitated event where the attendees create the agenda and lead discussions around a theme.

The session topics are dynamic and decided at the event when participants propose topics they want to discuss and sign up for topics proposed by others. With this format, we hope to enable discussion topics that are relevant to now and the future.

Previous Years

2020 Spotlight: IDEAL IT

2020 Spotlight: People of Color in Technology (POC-IT) with Rodney Carter

2020 Spotlight: Security & Privacy with Michael Tran Duff

2020 Spotlight: IT Commons & University Mission Entity with Paul Nuyujukian

View Past Session Notes and Recordings

View Past Lightning Talks

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