Digital Media for Community Development​​​​​

​The session discusses the challenges and opportunities posed by digital technologies applied to community development. The core objective is to understand the impact of current technology-based development interventions from theoretical and empirical standpoints. In the discussion, participants will be invited to consider how some simple and accessible media applications, including audio and video recording, live webcasting, image editing, blogging, crowd-mapping, and multimedia storytelling, among others, can be applied based on the values of equitable, appropriate and just practices for international development interventions.

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Friday, April 23 at 9:30am to 11:00am

Virtual Event
Event Type

International/Cultural Activities

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Academic Affairs

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