Browse by Subject "community engagement"
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Community Engagement & Infomediaries: challenges facing libraries, telecentres and cybercafés in developing countries (2010-02-03)Effective infomediaries and community engagement can produce a successful environment to service information needs for underserved populations. This paper analyzes data from libraries, telecentres and cybercafés in 25 ...
Community Engagement: Arrangement, Description, and Preservation Recommendations for Cunningham Children's Home Media Archive (2008-12)In the summer of 2008 Rosalie C.F. Rippey, Director of Communications and Marketing, and Stephanie Brunner Lynge, Associate Director of Church and Community Relations, contacted members of the UIUC Graduate School of Library ...
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(2008-12)A summary of a community engagement project working with Books to Prisoners.
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(2008-12)A community engagement project with two sides: helping to create an orientation packet for students studying abroad in Sao Tome, Africa, and a bibliography of materials related to Malaria research.
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(2008-12)An executive summary of two community engagement projects: the new Prairienet technology training and a mini-documentary on community engagement projects of Fall 2008. Video online at: http://www.communityinformaticsproj ...
(eBlackCU.net, 2010-11-05)Table of contents of Volume: Introduction, Noah Lenstra and Abdul Alkalimat vii Section 1. Historical Context The University of Illinois Negro Students, Albert R. Lee (1940) 2 Descriptive Inventory of Resources for...Work ...
(2011-09)The University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and Information Science promotes teaching and research related to community informatics (CI), the study of communities and how they interact with information technology. ...
(2013-02-18)This poster describes an educational research project we call “Community Informatics Studio,” which uses studio-based learning (SBL) to support enculturation into the field of community informatics. The SBL approach is ...
From Outreach to Engagement: An Actor-Network-Theory Analysis of Attracting Spanish-speaking Participants to Public Programming (2009)This study is an investigation and analysis of the process of developing new partnerships among public service agencies and making more durable connections with local Spanish-speaking families that seeks to answer the ...
(2009-03-13)These guidelines were developed to compose brief answers to questions, often called “frequently asked questions” or “FAQs.” FAQs are useful building blocks in learning structures on the web. These writing guidelines ...
(2009-02-08)Information Spaces in the Community is a workshop frame designed to promote e-inclusion by helping participants understand the iSociety in which they live. An information space (IS) is defined as a place where people go ...
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Involvement of higher education special education faculty in service-learning course development and implementation (2012-05-22)The purpose of this qualitative study was to examine the perspectives of higher education faculty with expertise in service-learning (SL) course development and implementation. Using semi-structured interviews, 13 special ...
(2014)This poster will provide attendees with practical ideas of how studio-based learning and community inquiry can be combined to construct a capstone experience for future engagement leaders. Community inquiry is practiced ...
(2009-02-08)iSchool collaboration with local, national or global constituencies can be promoted through curricular programs, community outreach, and partnerships with other nonprofit and for-profit institutions and organizations on ...