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  • Web of Communities

  • This Track has, as its focus, the interaction between the technology of the Web and the lives of communities. Cultural, Indigenous, academic, health, local and global communities of interest use the Web to support their community activities and goals. They have closed and open communities and their technology is used in a vast variety of ways. Some communities are pursuing praiseworthy goals with simple and complex techniques and some are abusing the technology. This track is designed to bring together those who design the technology and those who use it for community purposes in a context where critical appraisal of the technology and its use can be explored openly. Contributions are invited from people who may choose from a range of styles including refereed formal papers, short papers, panel sessions and posters.

    Topics of interest:

    • open and closed Web communities
    • Indigenous communities and the Web
    • cultural communities and institutions and the Web
    • art and performance and the Web
    • community technologies for the Web
    • Web community experience
    • Accessibility of the Web
    • Privacy and freedom to speak on the Web
    • Creative, expository and scholarly Web publications
    • Multi-culturalism and multi-linguality
    • Government and legal frameworks and policies
    • Kids and the Web
    • Developing countries and the Web
    If you would like information, or to volunteer, please contact Mae Isaac, mkisaac@us.ibm.com
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