Trends from Learning Cafe Unconference Sydney 2017

The Learning Cafe Unconference event is not like most conferences. It is focused on group discussions, not presentations and case studies. This is one of the reasons that the organiser Jeevan Joshi restricts numbers to the event: discussions don’t scale. The discussion-based format means that as a participant you have to work harder.

The event is not a ‘pure unconference’, where the participants define the sessions at the beginning of the day. Jeevan pre-organises the topics and questions and gives the event an overall framework.

Personally, I find writing blog posts like this one is a great way to synthesise and bring together experiences and ideas from the day. There are many concurrent sessions throughout the day so my experience of the event represents only a fraction of what actually happened.

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