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CII VO[I]CES Newsletter - 2009-2010 Winter- Volume 2, Issue 3PDF


Title:VO[I]CES Winter 2009-2010 Vol 2 Issue 3
Author(s):Community Informatics Initiative
Contributor(s):Irish, Sharon; Duple, Robin; Haykal, Aaisha; Im, Suzanne; Johnson, Eric; Rodgers, Susan; Williams, Noelle
Subject(s):Community Informatics Initiative
History of African Americans in Champaign County
Adam Kehoe
Administration and Use of Archival Materials
Booker T. Washington School
Champaign, Ill.
Champaign County Historical Archives
Chicago, Ill.
Community Archives
Community Health Informatics
Community informatics
Community Informatics Initiative
Danville Correctional Center
Department of African American Studies
Dialogues in Methods of Education
Disability + Relevant Design
Effective ICT Use for Social Inclusion
Family and Community Engagement
Lynne M. Dearborn
Metro East St. Louis
Microfinancing for the 21st Century: Opportunities and Challenges
New Collaborations
Public Engagement Awards
Research Methods in Community Informatics at the Broadband Moment
Research Series in Community Informatics
Student Opportunities for After-School Resources
Successful Submissions to the iConference
Teach, Learn, Engage: Reflections on Community Informatics Curriculum Development
Tech Volunteers Expands
Youth Community Informatics
Abstract:Table of Contents: New Collaborations; Tech Volunteers Expands; Community Archives; Successful Submissions to the iConference; Get Ready for HASTAC!; Doctoral Student Receives Position at Dominican University; Save the Date: Dialogues in Methods of Education; Public Engagement Awards; Research Series in Community Informatics; Seed Funding Available; Upcoming Events
Issue Date:2009-12
Publisher:Community Informatics Initiative
Publication Status:published or submitted for publication
Peer Reviewed:not peer reviewed
Date Available in IDEALS:2010-05-13

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  • VO[I]CES (Voices)
    The Newsletter for the Community Informatics Initiative at the University of Illinois

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