Thank you, session proposers!

Collaborative, peer-led sessions will be at the core of SRCCON:WORK, and we’re so grateful for all the ideas you shared for this brand-new event. Right now we’re reviewing proposals, and in early October we’ll publish a program built around:

When & where

December 7 & 8 in Philadelphia. Here’s more about our venue, schedule, and attendance information coming soon.

What is SRCCON:WORK?

SRCCON:WORK explores how we as a community can help each other take on the hard work of journalism. This new, two-day event builds on conversations emerging from SRCCON, our hands-on conference that gathers members of the news-code community each summer to take on the cultural and technical ideas that push newsrooms forward.

Many of the problems that keep us from our best work aren’t technical at all, so we’re focusing this small conference on three big themes:

How will it work?

Our program has collaboration at its heart, with sessions proposed and led by community members, and a schedule built to support them. SRCCON:WORK is also intentionally small, designed to create spaces that bring us all together and room to meet new colleagues. This event will have a lot in common with SRCCON, but add a few new things as well. Here’s how we’re thinking about SRCCON:WORK:

Who is it for?

We’ll gather more than 100 people from organizations of all sizes, including:

How much does it cost?

Tickets will be $195.

What’s next?

We’ll have a lot more to share later this month about the participant experience we’re planning for SRCCON:WORK. Stay in touch by following @srccon on Twitter or signing up for our mailing list.