Welcome to Community Informatics at the Simmons University School of Library and Information Science.
What is Community Informatics?
Community Informatics is a growing interdisciplinary field of research and practice focused on advancing our understanding of the ways in which local communities use information and communication technology in support of community-defined development goals. From the study of public computing centers in community-based organizations to the design and implementation of community wireless networks, community informatics researchers and practitioners actively engage in projects that promote human and civil rights, self-determination, sustainable development, and social inclusion in the digital age.
What is Community Informatics @ SLIS?
Community Informatics @ SLIS features news and information about the people and research projects focused on community informatics at the Simmons University School of Library and Information Science.
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