Vol 11, No 2 (2015)

Special Issue: Communities and Technology: Current Research and Thinking

A special issue prepared for the Communities and Technologies/Community Informatics Conference, Limerick Ireland June 28-29.

Table of Contents


Community & Technologies – Challenges and Opportunities for Future Research HTML
Michael Gurstein, Volker Wulf


Sensitizing concepts for the next community-oriented technologies: shifting focus from social networking to convivial artifacts HTML
Federico Cabitza, Carla Simone, Denise Cornetta
Community informatics as innovation in sociotechnical infrastructures HTML
John M Carroll, Patrick C Shih, Jessica Kropczynski
Deep Trust in the future of Community Informatics HTML
Cristhian Parra, David Nemer, David Hakken, Vincenzo D'Andrea
Local Ownership, Exercise of Ownership and Moving from Passive to Active Entitlement: A practice-led inquiry on a rural community network HTML
Carlos Rey-Moreno, Amalia G. Sabiescu, Masbulele J. Siya, William D. Tucker
Engaging Academia: Strengthening the Link Between Community and Technology HTML
Douglas Schuler

Points of View

Using IT to ‘do good’ in communities? HTML
Susanne Bødker
CI 101: Community Informatics as General Education HTML
John M Carroll, Eric Obeysekare
Community&Technologies, Community Informatics: Tensions and Challenges HTML
Fiorella De Cindio
Communities in Context: Taking Control of Their Tools in Common(s) HTML
Aldo de Moor
Embedding Digital Advantage: A Five-Stage Maturity Model for Digital Communities HTML
Andy Williamson

Case Studies

"Hey, can we make that, please?": Upon Craft as a Means for Cross-cultural Community-Building HTML
Anne Weibert, Konstantin Aal, Thomas von Rekowski, Volker Wulf
مبلمان اداریصندلی مدیریتیصندلی اداریمیز اداریوبلاگدهیگن لاغریشکم بند لاغریتبلیغات کلیکیآموزش زبان انگلیسیپاراگلایدرساخت وبلاگخرید بلیط هواپیماپروتز سینهپروتز باسنپروتز لبمیز تلویزیون

The Journal of Community Informatics. ISSN: 1712-4441