Librarycamp is a network of user generated unconferences for people interested in libraries. Anyone can organise a librarycamp - you don't need to be a librarian or even work in a library. A national Librarycamp unconference is held annually in Birmingham in the autumn and regional events take place throughout the year.
At a librarycamp the participants lead the agenda – in fact, there isn’t an agenda until people make suggestions for what they’d like to talk about at the start of the day. It’s free to attend and there are no keynotes speakers. It’s open to anyone: public/private/whatever sector and you don't have to work in a library. It’s an unconference so we follow the principles of Open Space events - people can wander in and out of sessions, tweet, blog and take photos all day.