2013 / Civic Engagement and Participatory Technologies


2013 / Civic Engagement and Participatory Technologies

Monday 17 June at 11-12.30

Martin Brynskov, Associate professor, Participatory IT Centre, Aarhus University

Diane Andolsek, Experience Designer, Seattle - Presentation

As a democratic and open place Public Libraries play a central role in advancing civic engagement and empowering citizens. There is constantly a need for new ways of doing this and Participatory Technologies might be an answer to that.

Are you curious and want to get ideas for how to do it? Join this session and hear about ideas and examples of participatory technologies but also about frustrations and mistakes that were made.

This is not only the open microphone - but also the open laptop session. Come and join us and try that concept out! We encourage everyone to participate and all kinds of input and thoughts are welcome.

Location: Concert Hall, Aarhus
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Latest Activity: Nov 22, 2015

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Comment by Diane Andolsek on May 16, 2013 at 23:01

We invite participants to share projects they've implemented, seen or just heard about as we explore what's working, what isn't and why.  Think fast-paced Ignite/PechaKucha style show and tell.  Facilitated group discussion to follow.


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