Lecture on the ‘Mobile Voices Project’
Charlotte Lapsansky will give a lecture on the “Mobile Voices project” at the Centre for Internet and Society, Bangalore on Thursday, 16 September 2010.
Mobile Voices is an academic-community partnership to research and design a platform for low-wage immigrants in LA to publish stories about their lives and their communities directly from their mobile phones. This low-cost, open source, customizable, and easy to deploy multimedia… mobile storytelling platform will be designed in collaboration with its users, and will help recent immigrants who lack computer access gain greater participation in the digital public sphere.
In this talk, Charlotte will describe the Mobile Voices project and discuss key themes that have arisen for the Mobile Voices project team, including participatory technology design, community digital storytelling, and digital inclusion through mobile-phone based platforms. She will then describe the key technological and social issues that have arisen in the process of adapting Mobile Voices for India and the opportunities and challenges this presents.
Date: 16th October 2010
Time : 5pm-7pm
Venue : Centre for Internet and Society
No. 194, Second ‘C’ Cross, Domlur, 2nd Stage
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