The Journal of Community Informatics
Welcome to the Journal of Community Informatics
Telecentres Issue (V.2, no 3) of the Journal of Community Informatics
is now available.
Previous issues of the Journal are still available.
About Community Informatics
Community Informatics (CI) is the study and the practice of enabling
communities with Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs).
CI seeks to work with communities towards the effective use of ICTs to
improve their processes, achieve their objectives, overcome the
"digital divides" that exist both within and between communities, and
empower communities and citizens in the range of areas of ICT
application including for health, cultural production, civic
management, e-governance among others. The Journal of Community
Informatics brings together a global range of academics, CI
practitioners and national and multi-lateral policy makers. Each issue
of the Journal of Community Informatics will contain double blind
peer-reviewed research articles as well as commentaries by leading CI
practitioners and policy makers.
Call for Submissions
We continue to accept article submissions for upcoming issues. If you
do not have an author's account, please register as an author to
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as well as other information about the journal and other Community
Informatics activities and events.
Community Informatics Discussion Lists
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Call for Reviewers
Would you like to be a reviewer for the Journal of Community
Informatics? Send an e-mail to the editor, indicating your
qualifications and research interests.
The Journal of Community Informatics was founded with generous support
from the Canadian Research Alliance for Community and Innovation
Networking (CRACIN) funded by the Canadian Social Science and
Humanities Research Council (SSHRC). The Journal is published under
the direction of Editor in Chief Michael Gurstein, Ph.D., and under
the auspices of the Community Informatics Research Network (CIRN);
with volunteer contributions from the Centre for Community Informatics
Research, Development and Training (CCIRDT); financial, production
support and volunteer assistance from the Graduate School of Library
and Information Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana
Champaign; and financial support from Telecentres.Org.
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