Networking Knowledge Workshop

Principal Investigators:
David Theo Goldberg, Mimi Ito, and Bill Maurer

The Workshop on Networking Knowledge is a conjoint initiative by UCHRI, the Digital Media and Learning Research Hub, and the Institute for Money, Technology and Financial Inclusion. The Workshop hosts ongoing meetings to address common themes in the impact of digital technology, new media, and networking practices on knowledge formation, circulation, transformation, and their implications across various domains.

Workshops serve as a site for discussions of significant current and emerging work across these areas of interest. François Bar (Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern California) “Investigating the Social and Economic Impact of Public Access to Information and Communication Technology (IPAI)” Geert Lovink (Institute of Network Cultures) “Network Cultures” Donald Patterson (Informatics, UCI) “Status Quo: Micro-presence in an always online world” Kavita Philip and Colleagues (Women’s Studies, UCI) “DesigNation: Conversations on the design of Design Research” Sharon Traweek (History, UCLA) 
”Current work on databases”