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Title: VO[I]CES Winter 2008-2009 Vol 1 Issue 3;
VO[I]CES Winter 2008-2009 Vol 1 Issue 3
Author(s): LoDolce, Kristin; Community Informatics Initiative
Contributor(s): Irish, Sharon; Rodgers, Susan
Subject(s): GSLIS University of Illinois, Graduate School of Library and Information Science University of Illinois, Graduate School of Library and Information Science Abdul Alkalimat 5th Prato Community Informatics & Development Informatics Conference Academy of Entrepreneurial Leadership Africa African American Cultural Center AFRO 498 Aiko Takazawa Alejandro Molina Ann Bishop Anthropology Department AOIR Art and Design Association of Internet Researchers at-risk youth BCL biofuel grasses biofuels biological assays Biological Computing Laboratory Black girlhood Black girls blog format Brett Sanderson brownfield sites Bruce D. Nesbitt African American Cultural Center Bruce Rhoads CAEPE California Campus Award for Excellence in Public Engagement Campus Information Technologies and Educational Services Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart Üniversitesi Carle Clinic Foundation Caroline Haythornthwaite CCH Chaebong Nam Champaign County Champaign-Urbana Citizens for Peace and Justice Chera Kowalski Chicago Children’s House Chip Bruce Chris Ritzo Christian Sandvig Christopher Fennel CI Club travels to East St. Louis CII CII on the Move CII project coordinator CII Teaching Fellow CI-related Research Featured at iSchools CIRN CITES Civic Engagement among Local and Descendant Communities of New Philadelphia, Illinois Claudia Serbanuta Çocuklar Evi College of Media Communication in the Tribal Digital Village Community Engagement course community gardens Community Informatics Club Community Informatics in Business Education Community Informatics Research Network competition Concerned Citizens of Precinct 12 Connecting Low-Capacity Communities to the Brownfield Marketplace CTCNet Conference Cunningham Children’s Home Cunningham Children’s Home (CCH) Archives Project Damon McGhee DCEO Department of African American Studies Department of Geography Department of Public Administration Department of Urban and Regional Planning Diana Stroud Digital Citizenship Doing Good in the ‘Hood” Dr. Will Patterson East St. Louis East St. Louis Action Research Project Electrical Engineering environmental risk ESL history ESLARP Gender and Women’s Studies Program Geographic Information System Geography Department GIS GIS in the Upper Sangamon Watershed Graduate School of Library and Information Science Grant GSLIS Heinz von Foerster HelpSource Hip Hop and Social Entrepreneurship hip-hop hip-hop-based http://www.cii.uiuc.edu/materials/winternewsletter2008.pdf issue 1-3 Hui Yan IA IL Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity iLabs Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities Imagining IMLS Indian reservations Informatics in the Garden Information and Communication Technologies in Education Information Spaces in the Community Institute of Museum and Library Services I-Powered iSchools Conference Japan Jeff Ginger John Kindt John Vincler Judith F. Baca Karen Moss­berger Kate Williams Katherine Dunham Katherine Dunham Museum Ken Salo Kevin Hamilton Krannert Art Museum Kristin LoDolce La Memoria de Nuestra Tierra: Creating Sites of Public Memory Landscape Architecture Laura Lawson Laura Witzling Learning at the Border LIS 451 Lisa Bouillion-Diaz Lizzie Pope Logan Moore Lori Kendall Malawi marginalized Marion Medical Mission Martin Wolske Michelle Wander middle school Miriam Cope Missouri History Museum Mortenson Center Associates Moustafa Ayad Mzuzu University Nama Budhathoki National High School. Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences New Philadelphia Archaeological Noah Lenstra Not What They Said but How They Said It: The Political Courage of Black Girls and Women in Their Everyday Experiences Orphanage Outreach Weekend Paolo Gujilde Participant observation Participatory GIS in the Upper Sangamon Watershed: Geovisualization, Collective Decision-making and Environmental Governance Paseo Boricua Paul Adams Paul Adams honored for achievements in community engagement Peer Ambassadors photo voice post events Prairienet public access computer lab Race, Space and Law Reading Group Rebecca Crist Reed Larson Reginald Petty Rethinking Networks, Communities and Learning Roy Saldaña Roy Saldaña, Jr. Ruth Nicole Brown São Tomé, West Africa Sara McLafferty Sara Thompson Seed Grant Seed Grant Updates SENDO Sharon Irish site cleanup Social and Public Art Resource Center soil quality soil testing Soils South End New Development Organization SPARC Speaking to and through the archive: An exhibition of Puerto Rican materials at the Newberry Library Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos High School Spring Speaker Series Spring Speaker Series features scholars from the arts, sciences, business and media St. Louis Stacy Harwood students proposals TDV The Biological Computing Lab: A radical piece of CU history The Newsletter for the Community Informatics Initiative at the University of Illinois Turkey University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign University-Community Partnership UP 474 upload documents Upper Sangamon Upper Sangamon Watershed Urban & Regional Planning Department Urban and Regional Planning Urbana VO[I]CES voices Watershed Web site featuring Wells What is Community Informatics in Japan? A look at 12 cases Will Patterson YCI YCI launches Web site Youth Community Informatics Youth Community Informatics: Using New Digital Media to Foster Personal Growth and Community Action youth-serving organizations
Abstract: Table of Contents: I-Powered; YCI launches Web site; Spring Speaker Series features scholars from the arts, sciences, business and media; Seed Grant Updates; CI Club travels to East St. Louis; CI-related Research Featured at iSchools; CII on the Move; Paul Adams honored for achievements in community engagement
Issue Date: 2008-12
Publisher: Community Informatics Initiative
Genre: NewsletterArticleEditorialEssayDrawing
Type: TextImage
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2142/15480
Publication Status: published or submitted for publication
Peer Reviewed: not peer reviewed
 

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