Browse by Author "Nam, Chaebong"
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Nam, Chaebong; Ritzo, Christopher J.; Bruce, Bertram C. (2009-05)In the Youth Community Informatics project, young people from disadvantaged communities use audio and video recording and editing tools, GPS/GIS, presentation software, graphics, and other digital technologies as the means ...
Ritzo, Christopher J.; Nam, Chaebong; Bruce, Bertram C. (2009)Informed by Progressive education reforms of the 19th and 20th century, progressive movements in librarianship, the social responsibility movement within ALA, and recent collaborations of ALA’s youth-focused divisions, ...
Ritzo, Christopher; Nam, Chaebong; Bruce, Bertram C. (Johns Hopkins University Press and the Graduate School of Library and Information Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2009)Informed by Progressive education reforms of the nineteenth and twentieth century, progressive movements in librarianship, the social responsibility movement within the American Library Association (ALA), and recent ...
Bouillion-Diaz, Lisa; Rakha, Shameem; Nam, Chaebong; Bruce, Bertram C.; Bishop, Ann Peterson (2012-10)The activity guide developed by the Youth Community Informatics Project of the Graduate School of Library and Information Science (2008-2011)
Community informatics for youth: Using new digital media to foster personal growth and community action Wolske, Martin; Ayad, Moustafa; Budhathoki, Nama R.; Kowalski, Chera; Nam, Chaebong; Ritzo, Christopher J.; Serbanuta, Claudia; Vincler, John; Diaz, Lisa Bouillion; Bishop, Ann Peterson; Bruce, Bertram C. (Monash University, Centre for Community Networking Research, 2008-12)During fall 2007 a new collaboration between the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and the Extension 4-H network was initiated. Funded by the U.S. Institute ...
Exploring local civic citizenship surrounding the “¡Huntington Park no se vende!” campaign on Paseo Boricua in Chicago Nam, Chaebong (2012-05-22)Citizenship is fundamentally defined by praxis--i.e., engagement in local and diverse forms of civic practices--rather than by a legal status tied to the nation-state (Tully, 2008). This dissertation research examined the ...