Saturday, March 14, 2015
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
South Hall, UC Berkeley
InfoCamp is an “unconference” — an intimate seminar-style event for anybody interested in information-related topics, including user experience, data science, information architecture, interaction design, informatics, and information and communication technologies for development.

Audio & Video

Video from February 18 Special Lecture (length: 58:42)
Video from February 4 Special Lecture (length: 55:15)
Video from February 4 Dean's Lecture (length: 1:15:52)

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