Browse by Author "Williams, Kate"

  • Williams, Kate (University of Illinois GSLIS, 2010-11)
    Summarizes concepts from the core course LIS 518 Community Informatics

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  • Jamali, Boshra; Williams, Kate (2008-03)
    This Lab Note reflects the first stage of a three-year research project known as eChicago. This project is funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Services and the full title of the project is Chicago community ...

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  • Bahnsen, Brooke; Okuizumi, Eizaburo; Williams, Kate (2008-04)
    This Lab Note reflects the first stage of a three-year research project known as eChicago. This project is funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Services and the full title of the project is Chicago community ...

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  • Bahnsen, Brooke; Hernández, Héctor; Williams, Kate (Community Informatics Lab. Graduate School of Library and Information Science., 2008)
    This Lab Note reflects the first stage of a three-year research project known as eChicago. This project is funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Services and the full title of the project is Chicago community ...

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  • Bahnsen, Brooke; Williams, Kate; Bishop, Ann Peterson (Community Informatics Lab. Graduate School of Library and Information Science., 2008)
    This Lab Note reflects the first stage of a three-year research project known as eChicago. Our interest here is to examine the population of Chicago, in particular a subset of ethnicities and community areas, and analyze ...

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  • Williams, Kate; Bailey, Ron; Booth, Ashley E.; Breck, Julianne L.; Cao, Haixia; Chen, I-Ju; Gant, Jon P.; Graham, Lauren M.; Grant, Lily; Green, Ivy Renee; Griebler, Claire; Hallauer, Afton; Hebel, Jennifer; Holland, Anna; Idoniboye, Opubo T.; Kim, Sunghwan 'Sunny"; Kretzer, Lela; Lenstra, Noah; Lin, Yueh-Mei; Liu, Qiyuan; Looby, Mary; Lux, Rachel; McClowry, Colleen; Millsap, Samantha; Newcomer, John; Osisek, Elizabeth; Rosulescu, Andrei; Sackmann, Abigail; Sandberg, Jane; Smeltzer, Mike; Sorgert, Becca; Strillacci, Claire (2012-10)

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  • Williams, Kate; Durrance, Joan; Rosenbaum, Howard (2008-02-28)
    This proposal is for three papers which would form all or part of a panel presentation reporting current work in community informatics at three ischools. It complements the wildcard proposal submitted on community ...

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  • Ritzo, Christopher J.; Williams, Kate (2008-04)

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  • Williams, Kate (2012-10-04)
    for the IDEALS collection of materials relating to the Champaign Urbana local wiki

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  • Williams, Kate (2012-10-04)
    a sheet of bookmarks for reproducing

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  • Chu, Clara M.; Williams, Kate (2009-02-08)
    Just as recently as October 2008 the 5th Prato Community Informatics & Development Informatics Conference 2008 focused on how 'social inclusion' or e-inclusion is understood as it applies to communities in their interaction ...

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  • Ahmed, Shameem; Blake, Catherine; Williams, Kate; Lenstra, Noah; Liu, Qiyuan (iSchools, 2013-02)
    The Claim Framework was developed to capture how scientists communicate findings from an empirical study. Although the framework has been evaluated in biomedical literature, the framework has yet to be explored with respect ...

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  • Williams, Kate (2010-02-03)
    Preliminary results of a study of how cybernavigators work to support patrons using computers and the internet in public library locations in the context of a surge in unemployment. Conceptualizes the informatics moment ...

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  • Pederson, Anna; Williams, Kate (2010-02-03)
    The purpose of the poster is to show how libraries used government funds and community partnerships to close the digital divide in the United States. Part of the mission of libraries is to bridge the digital divide. As an ...

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  • Williams, Kate (2007-11)
    This paper connects the concepts of memory, archives, and community informatics by describing and analyzing the experience of constructing an archive of community informatics material. It thus reports the research work of ...

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  • LoDolce, Kristin; Ayad, Moustafa; Ginger, Jeff; McCauley, Steven; Thompson, Alyson; Williams, Kate; Jamali, Boshra (Community Informatics Lab. Graduate School of Library and Information Science., 2008)
    This Lab Note is a working bibliography, prepared as part of a book we are researching and writing about Prairienet. Other authors include Paul Adams, Ann Bishop, Karen Fletcher, Greg Newby, and Martin Wolske. Prairienet ...

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  • Williams, Kate (2010-02-03)
    This proposed roundtable will present and explore a range of research methods for community informatics. As a multidisciplinary field, community informatics methods are varied and complementary. As an emerging field with ...

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  • Twidale, Michael B.; Cunningham, Sally Jo; Howison, James; Organisciak, Peter; Ginger, Jeff; Schmidt, Ingbert; Smith, Brittany N.; Baker, Karen; Williams, Kate (iSchools, 2013-02)
    Conference alternative event supporting tech informal learning, social learning, and lifelong learning. Outcomes of this even include: * Building an awareness of existing strengths in supporting tech learning in iSchools. ...

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  • Williams, Kate (2007-11)
    The TOP Data Archive contains information from and about 606 projects which won grants from the Technology Opportunities Program of the US Department of Commerce. The information was originally collected to facilitate the ...

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  • Takazawa, Aiko; Williams, Kate (2009-02-08)
    In this paper, we are concerned with the applicability of the concept of Community Informatics (CI) rooted in North American studies to a different context, Japan. Despite the fact that CI is a relatively new filed of ...

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