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SI 575 - Community Information Corps Seminar

This course brings together students and faculty who are engaged in diverse community and public interest work to hear from a wide range of fascinating guests and to engage in discussion around their expertise and experiences. Readings include those recommended by guests and a highly focused group of context-setting community informatics articles. Students learn the roots of community informatics — how it is practiced and where public interest information professionals work — and consider citizenship, opportunity, and the public good in an information society.

Instructors:
Dan Atkins, Faculty Coordinator
Paul Edwards

Student Program Coordinator: Catherine Hong Le

dScribe: Emily Rinck

Course Level: Graduate

Course Structure: Weekly 90-minute seminar

Link:  Community Information Corps Website

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