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Title:Community Inquiry Labs as Effective Community Informatics Tools
Author(s):Community Inquiry Lab Collaborative; Bishop, Ann Peterson; Brock, André; Bruce, Bertram C.; Crump, Eric; Heidorn, P. Bryan; Jones, M. Cameron; Linderman, David; Lunsford, Karen J.; Nazarova, Muzhgan; Palmer, Brent; Ramprakash, Rajeev
Subject(s):Community Inquiry Labs
community informatics
Reflective action
Community inquiry
Abstract:Meeting these challenges is crucial as we work to address community aspirations, capabilities, and problems. We are contributing to this effort through our current research and development on Community Inquiry Labs (CILs). A CIL is most importantly a concept, although we are developing webbased tools that are freely available to anyone wishing to support community inquiry online ( Our ultimate aim is to empower communities by supporting the development of the next generation of creative ICT ideas, people, tools, and designs.
Issue Date:2004-03
Citation Info:The Community Inquiry Lab Collaborative (2004, March). Community inquiry labs as effective community informatics tools. In Peter Day, Building & bridging community networks: Knowledge, innovation & diversity through communication, Brighton, UK.
Genre:Conference Paper / Presentation
Publication Status:unpublished
Peer Reviewed:is peer reviewed
Date Available in IDEALS:2009-08-13

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