Examining the past, present, and future of communities and technology
Conference | 9 – 11 November 2022, Monash University, Prato, Italy.
The theme of the 2022 conference, 20 years of CIRN: Examining the past, present and future of communities and technology aims to both look back at 20 years of the Prato conferences and the rich knowledge, and experience that have emerged from them, but as well, look at new emerging themes and challenges in a very different world. The conference may well be unique as an international long-term reflective event concerned with the internet.
We invite referred and non-referred papers and presentations and workshop or panel proposals that can take into account the changes that have occurred with communities and technologies since the earliest days of the internet, as well as accounts of contemporary innovation and challenges across the full range of community informatics interests: libraries, community action and engagement, international development, archives and memory, dis/ability, gender, race & class, identity, and the creative arts. And now, we add environmental informatics.
For more details, please see https://sites.google.com/monash.edu/cirn2022/
30 May 2022 Call closes/notification to follow.
By 30 July 2022 – confirm your participation
15 September 2022 – full papers for refereed track due.
30 September 2022 – referee reports due
mid-October 2022 – resubmitted papers due
15 September 2022 – all other papers and submissions
9-11 November 2022- conference
Early 2023 – conference proceedings available
2023 Special issue of The Journal of Community Informatics.