Via Jen Jack Gieseking:
Details for the Gender & Geography Bibliography Hackathon
I am delighted to share that the Gender & Geography Bibliography Hackathon will take place November 15th-21st, 2015. A hackathon is a time when a group of people come together to work on a digital project, usually by coding and creating content for an app or website. Skills and time involved are minimal. The outcome is a profound source of public knowledge across fields, as well as training in the citation management software, Zotero.
We are eagerly seeking faculty, students, staff, & citizens who want to take part any time and anywhere during the week of 11/15 to add to and edit the now 3,000+ large online, citation database of feminist geographic sources. We are particularly keen to have folks contribute books, book chapters, and multimedia citations from across disciplines, and we are extremely eager for contributions of non-English materials. Folks can work on their own or form their own groups. Sign up here to participate: http://bit.ly/GGBhack_signup. All of the detailed directions based on the summary below can be found here: http://gpow.org/gendergeog/
Please share word of the GGBH with friends, colleagues, and students who may find it of interest. This video below explains the gist of the GGBH: