Our schedule for the day is shaping up nicely. We still have room for your topic – email David at dking@tscpl.org if you want to lead a topic!

8:30 – 9:00: morning mingle (food!)

9:00 – 9:10: Welcome & orientation

9:15 – 10:15: keynote speaker – Rob Walch – Future of Multimedia and the Web

10:30-11:15: Breakout Session #1

  • 1A: Jeff Tate & Lisa Coble-Krings – 10,000 signatures in 3 months: Creating a Successful Online Petition
  • 1B: Eric Melin – Powerful Storytelling in Social Media
  • 1C: Jeffrey Harrington – Using Social Networking tools without Killing yourself
  • 1D: Dave Navarro – making videos
  • 1E: Aaron Crawford – Privacy is Not Dead
  • 1F:
  • 1G:

11:30 – 12:15: Breakout Session #2

  • 2A: Rob Walch – Audio Podcasting 101 – How to go from nothing to a podcast in one session.
  • 2B: Joey Little - generalities of social media marketing
  • 2C: Aaron Crawford – Hack Yourself Before You Get Hacked
  • 2D: Rob Zachritz – basics of time management
  • 2E: J. D. Patton – WordPress
  • 2F:
  • 2G:

12:30 – 1:30: Lunchtime!

1:45 – 2:30: Breakout Session #3

  • 3A: Rob Walch – How to Audio Podcast 100% from an iPad. No computer needed at all.
  • 3B: Emma Detrixhe  - Pinterest as a free Marketing Tool
  • 3C: Benjamin Kreis – iPhones
  • 3D: Joe Cheray – Twitter Chats
  • 3E:
  • 3F:
  • 3G:

2:45 – 3:30: Breakout Session #4

  • 4A: Rob Walch – How to Monetize your Podcast
  • 4B: Jared MollenKamp – iOS / Facebook App Creation
  • 4C: Christine Clauder – free tools to make social media easier
  • 4D: David Lee King – get more out of a Facebook Page
  • 4E:
  • 4F:
  • 4G:

3:45 – 4:00: Wrap-up session, all together, then head to the Tweetup at the Flying Monkey!

8 Responses

  1. [...] I’ll start filling those into slots on our Schedule page. [...]

  2. [...] to have as many sessions figured out beforehand as possible. Right now, we have about half of our session slots full … meaning there’s still a TON of room for [...]

  3. [...] that you’re pumped up for Podcamp, head here to register online. And be sure to browse the schedule to help plan your day. If you decide to come to my LinkedIn session (it’s a no-brainer, really), [...]

  4. Since I’m a developer first, and a designer second, my session will primarily focus on finding and talking to web developers more than designers.

    There will be a lot of time allocated for questions since I love to talk and I love the sound of my own voice.

  5. Carol Dolin says:

    I am attending the unconference remotely and just viewed the Ben Smith’s video. Thought it was terrific! Will you be podcasting any of the other sessions?

    Thank you!

  6. Dave Navarro says:

    I’d love to do a session on video this time, if there is interest.

  7. [...] participate in a diverse array of attendee lead breakout sessions, which you can read about on the Podcamp Topeka website.  Most sessions are aimed at those with an intermediate to advanced understanding of technology [...]