Teachers explain what to expect from an Edcamp in this promotional video. For more specifics about schedule and format, you may also want to check out Mike Caulfield's Common-Craft-style video, "What is an Edcamp?"
This organizers’ guide was put together by SimpleK12 from writing done by Amanda Dykes, Jerry Swiatek, Nick Provenzano, Kyle Pace, and Josh Allen--all former Edcamp organizers. Connecting people to information about your Edcamp is one of the most important factors in determining the event's success; take a look at the sections called "How to Market Your EdCamp" and "Website: Putting Your Information Online."
Use Chris McGee’s checklist as a guide to what to address the month before, the week before, the night before, the morning of, the day of, and after your Edcamp event. You can also access a downloadable and printable version of the checklist.
Edcamp organizers share experiences and offer additional guidance and tips in these videos:
Edutopia blogger Andrew Marcinek gives us a personal perspective on how the Edcamp model changed his professional focus and provides examples of how he's adapted this model for staff, students, and community.
Check out the #edcamp hashtag on Twitter to stay up-to-date with news and resources. Also, visit the Edcamp wiki’s complete edcamp calendar for a full list of upcoming Edcamps. You can find an abbreviated list of upcoming events in the United States in Canada on Edutopia’s events page, updated weekly.
Download logo files, and look at the logos for other events. (The Edcamp logo was created by Lorenzo Ibarra and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike Noncommercial 3.0 License; you can use it as is or adapt it for your event.