Social living labs for digital participation: Designing with regional and rural communities [workshop proceedings]
Dezuanni, Michael, Foth, Marcus, Mallan, Kerry, & Hughes, Hilary (2016) Social living labs for digital participation: Designing with regional and rural communities [workshop proceedings]. In ACM Designing Interactive Systems (DIS'16), 4-5 June 2016, Brisbane, Qld.
“Fostering digital participation through Living Labs in regional and rural Australian communities,” is a three year research project funded by the Australian Research Council. The project aims to identify the specific digital needs and practices of regional and rural residents in the context of the implementation of high speed internet. It seeks to identify new ways for enabling residents to develop their digital confidence and skills both at home and in the community. This two-day symposium will bring together researchers and practitioners from diverse backgrounds to discuss design practices in social living labs that aim to foster digital inclusion and participation. Day one will consist of practitioner and research reports, while day two will provide an opportunity for participants to imagine and design future digital participation strategies. Academic participants will also have an opportunity to contribute to a refereed edited volume by Chandos Publishing (an imprint of Elsevier).
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