Are you interested in the effects of technology on economic and social development? Do you wonder if smartphones will replace PCs? Interested in the role libraries play in community development? Curious about questions that can be addressed through big data? Passionate about digital inclusion & literacy, access to technology, communication, and information resources? Well, we have a great event for you. Come learn about the Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) and various ways that you, as students, can get involved with our work.
At this event, we’ll provide a brief overview of TASCHA’s work and share how students can get involved. You’ll meet some of the folks who work at TASCHA and get a chance to talk with us about our work and your interests. There’ll be plenty of time for mingling, discussion, questions, and of course, lunch!
- What: Meet the Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) – lunch provided
- Where: University of Washington, Bloedel Hall Common Area (outside of the classroom), in the lower level of Bloedel (follow signs for the Information School)
- When: Thursday, November 3, 2016, 12:30-1:20pm