Community Informatics Virtual Webinar Series

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The Community Informatics Research Network (CIRN), Monash University, and the Community Informatics Lab at Simmons University are thrilled to announce the Community Informatics Virtual Webinar Series, which is a multi-part live webinar series held between October 19th – November 16th, 2020.

The CI Virtual Webinar Series will invite conversations that explore the history, impact, and present day importance of the fields of Community Informatics, Community Archives, Development Informatics, and related fields. This series will cover a wide range of themes that reflect the richness and diversity of these fields. You can register for the series on the Seminar web page. A snapshot schedule of the seminars are as follows:

  • October 19th: The Informatics of Mutual Aid
  • October 26th: ICT4D: Beyond ICT
  • November 2nd: Indigenous Archives Collective
  • November 9th: Globalization, Power, and Community Empowerment
  • November 16th: Memorialization, Digital Media, and the State

The webinar series will take the place of the CIRN 2020 annual conference, which has been cancelled due to the novel coronavirus. We are excited for the 2021 conference in Prato, Italy, which will surround the theme of “Participatory Approaches to Community Archives, Data, and Design.” You can find out more about the 2021 conference here. In the meantime, the 2020 CI Virtual Webinar series offers a new and exciting opportunity to stay engaged with the global CI community while we are practicing social distancing.

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