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Title:VO[I]CES Spring 2009 Vol 1 Issue 4
Author(s):Community Informatics Initiative; Rodgers, Susan
Contributor(s):Irish, Sharon
Subject(s):Community Informatics Initiative
GSLIS
University of Illinois, Graduate School of Library and Information Science
Abdul Alkalimat
Anita Mechler
Ann Bishop
Annie Abbott
Antonia Darder
Applied Health Sciences
Award to GSLIS Alum from Haiti
BAC
Beckman Institute
bee monitoring project
BeeSpotter
BeeSpotter in the Classroom and Community
blog
Booker T. Washington After School Program
Broadband
broadband stimulus funds
build networks
Café Teatro Batey Urbano
Campus Information Technologies and Educational Services
Carolyn Anthony
CCCHC
Champaign County Christian Health Center
Champaign-Urbana
Champaign-Urbana Broadband Access Committee
Charles C. Stewart International Young Humanitar­ian Award
Chicago
Chicago Public Library Foundation grant
Chicagoland
CI Reflections
CII
CII Fellows
CII Research Series
CII Website
CIS
CITES
citizen-science
college-in-prison
common vision
Community as Intellectual Space
Community Based Practice and Research
Community Housing Needs Assessment for Metro East St. Louis
community informatics
Community Informatics Initiative
Community Inquiry and Informatics
community-based networking initiatives
community-wide forum on broadband access
Communty Informatics Initiative
Crime Against Humanity.
Critical Engagement through Community Field Studies
Critical Literacy
Critical Pedagogy and its Application to Teacher Certification
Critical Pedagogy: Community Building as Curriculum
Critical Youth Inquiry and Community Health Issues: The Barrio Arts, Culture, and Communications Academy (BACCA) Program on Underage Drinking
C-U Community Organizes Around Broadband Issues
Culture-Sensitive Interface Design for an Endemic Disease Information System
cyberdemocracy.
cyberinfrastructure
Cybernavigating our Cultures
Cybernavigators
Danielle Ross
Danville Correctional Center
Darder to Deliver Keynote at Fifth Annual CIS Symposium
David Forsyth
DCC
Deana McDonagh
Department of Industrial Design
Department of Landscape Architecture
Department of Spanish, Italian & Portuguese
Designing an Urban Agriculture Curriculum based on Social Ecology and Sustainability of Community
digital divide
digital infrastructure
Director of Advanced Spanish Language
Disability + Relevant Design—Social Inclusion Component
Division of Disability Resources and Educational Services
Dominican University
East St. Louis
East St. Louis Action Research Project
eChicago
Education Justice Project
Educational Policy Studies
EJP
Elisabeth Pierre-Louis
ESLARP
faculty member
FOKAL
Fondation Connaissance et Liberté/Fondasyon Konesans Ak Libète
free culture
Gender and Women’s Studies
Gender and Women’s Studies and Educa­tional Policy Studies
Geographic In­formation System
George Reese
GIS
GIS Analysis of Patient Origin and Diagnosis at a Free Health Clinic
Graduate School of Library and Information Science
GSLIS
GSLIS Professor
Haiti
Highlights from the Third Annual EChicago Symposium Participatory GIS for Empowering Low-Resource Communities Award to GSLIS Alum from Haiti
Ian Brooks
IL
Illinois
Illinois Informatics Institute
Independence Plaza
Internet communications in immigrant communities
Introducing the 2009-2010 CII Fellows
issue 1-4
Jeanie Austin
joint Champaign-Urbana Telecommunications Commission
Jon Gant
Juan Antonio Corretjer Puerto Rican Cultural Center
Karishma Muntashir
Kate Williams
Kenya
Kinesiology & Community Health
Landscape Architecture
Latino Partnership of Champaign County
Latino/a Studies
Laura Lawson
Lincoln Park Zoo
LIS 590 Community Information Systems
Lissette M. Piedra
low-resource neighbor­hoods
LPCC
Lynne M. Dearborn
M. Lydia Khuri
Malaria
Martel Miller
May Berenbaum
Michael Smeltzer
Missouri
Mrinalini “Meena” Chatta Rao
National Center of Supercomputing Applications
north Champaign
North Lawndale
Participatory Design to Revitalize Public Space in São Tomé, West Africa
Participatory GIS
Participatory GIS for Empowering Low-Resource Communities
Paseo Boricua
Paseo Boricua Community Library Action Research Project
Paseo Boricua in Chicago
PC Rebuilders & Recyclers
PCRR
pollinator status
Prairienet
PRCC
Principe
Professor Bishop Named University Scholar
Provost’s Office of the University of Illinois
Puentes y Estrellas del Mar: Using Community Informatics to Build Enduring Service Infrastructures in New Growth Communities
Reaching More Latina/os: Using Social Media and Spanish Service-Learning to Expand Services to Local and Rural Non-Profits
Rebecca J. Ginsburg
Resource Room
River Forest
Roberto Pang
ru­ral and underserved communities
Ruth Nicole Brown
Safiya Noble
São Tomé
Sarah Jackman
Saving Our Lives Hear Our Truths
School of Architecture
School of Social Work
Skokie Public Library
SOAR
Social Emotional Learning at Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos High School
social participation
SOLHOT
Spanish students
Spanish-speaking
St. Louis Zoo
Stephen J. Notaro
Steve Jones
stimulus bill
Student Opportunities for After-school Resources
Susann Heft Sears
The Cybernavigators of Chicago Public Library
The Launch of CI Reflections
The Newsletter for the Community Informatics Initiative at the University of Illinois
translation services
UI exten­sion
UIUC
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
University Scholar
University Vice President for Academic Affairs
VO[I]CES
Web 2.0
West Af­rica
When I Look At You: Portraits and Performances of Black Girlhood in Everyday Life
Willie Cade
Wisconsin
Yes to Books, Youth and Reading against Exclusion in Haiti
Yingbo Zhou
Abstract:Table of Contents: Darder to Deliver Keynote at Fifth Annual CIS Symposium, Introducing the 2009-2010 CII Fellows, C-U Community Organizes Around Broadband Issues, Professor Bishop Named University Scholar, The Launch of CI Reflections, Highlights from the Third Annual EChicago Symposium, Participatory GIS for Empowering Low-Resource Communities, Award to GSLIS Alum from Haiti
Issue Date:2009-03
Publisher:Community Informatics Initiative
Genre:Newsletter
Article
Editorial
Essay
Drawing
Type:Text
Image
Language:English
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/2142/15481
Publication Status:published or submitted for publication
Peer Reviewed:not peer reviewed
Date Available in IDEALS:2010-05-13


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