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Designing for Civil Society 2003 : papers and movies


Designing for Civil Society: Position papers and movies is a collection of papers and videos from the recent conference in Bath, UK
It includes:Andrew Ackland – how Dialogue by Design runs large-scale online consultation. Andy Dearden – sharing experience through a pattern language. Ann Light – communities in Fiankoma, Ghana and Brighton, UK share experiences. Chris Bailey – supporting social movements in Bulgaria. David Casacuberta – e-learning for e-inclusion. David Wilcox – workshop games for users to plan systems. David Wortley – the impact of digital technologies on society. Mark Blythe – online shopping for older people. Miranda Mowbray – how online and offline organising are linked. PapSteve Walker – ICT-mediated collaboration among European trade unionists. Wendy Olphert – the potential of interactive digital television. Tom Steinberg – proposal for a Civic Hacking Fund
There is a piece on the workshop from Usability News here.

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