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Getting Ready for SpringyCamp 2020

Exploring SpringyCamp!

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Curious about the SpringyCampsite? Check out our Map!

What to look for and where to go! Our Camp Map provides tips for first-time campers and veterans alike!

 

Camp Shortcuts:

  • Pitch your tent: Download Zoom (Zoom Client for Meetings) and join a test meeting, if you're new to the webinar platform
  • Join sessions: Check your email for confirmation & reminder messages - click the join link within.
  • Participate in a campfire discussion: at the Camp Lodge (aka The Springshare Lounge)
  • Review presentation details & catch recordings for sessions you missed: on the Official SpringyCamp 2020 Guide (recordings available once camp is over)

First-Timer Tips

  • Devices: Fully charged or chargeable device (smartphone, tablet, desktop, laptop) for seeing all the great camp content! 
  • Distractions: We know distractions are hard to eliminate when working remotely, but keeping them to a minimum will help you get the most out of your SpringyCamp experience.
  • Camp Journal:  All our camp presentations will be recorded and available after camp.  But it's a great idea to keep a camp journal for notes and ideas in the moment, so you can remember what to follow up with after camp!
  • Swim-test: Most of us are Zoom experts these days, but if you haven't used Zoom in a while, (or ever!), it's good to check here and make sure everything is running smoothly before camp, so you don't get stuck on the beach while everyone else is diving in.

Experienced Campers

  • Be sure to check out the Camp Lodge! We've setup a great place (right from the comfort of home... haha) to share ideas and meet new and old friends alike. 

Campsite Extras

  • Don't forget to have fun!! Camp is all about taking a breather, stepping back from the day to day, and hopefully learning something new along the way. :)