Vol 11, No 3 (2015)

Special Issue: Research Methods in Community Informatics

Table of Contents

Editorial

Introduction: Research Methods for Community Informatics HTML
Andy Bytheway, Colin Rhinesmith, Mark Wolfe
A Canadian Election Programme for Digital Citizenship and Social Equity HTML
Michael Gurstein

Articles

From Exploration to Design: Aligning Intentionality in Community Informatics Projects HTML
Ammar Halabi, Amalia Sabiescu, Salomão David, Sara Vannini, David Nemer
Meta-Synthesizing Qualitative Research in Information Systems HTML
Hossana Twinomurinzi, Roy Johnson
Focus Groups as a Tool to Collect Data in a Community Informatics Project Involving Elderly Rural Women HTML
Ronel Smith
Reflective evaluation of civil society development: A case study of RLabs Cape Town, South Africa HTML
Gary Brian Wills
Contributions from Visitor Research to CI and ICT4D Theory and Research Methodology HTML
Patricia M Alexander, Helene Gelderblom Gelderblom, Estelle De Kock
Teaching Open Data for Social Movements: a Research Strategy HTML
Alan Freihof Tygel, Maria Luiza Machado Campos, Celso Alexandre Souza de Alvear
Curriculum development for mobile digital literacy skills acquisition using a Design Science Approach HTML
Judy van Biljon, John Traxler, Ronell van der Merwe, Dalize Van Heerden
Design for Sustainability: Countering the Drivers of Unsustainability in Development Projects HTML
Isabel Meyer, Mario Alphonso Marais

Notes from the field

First Mile Methodologies in Community Informatics Research: Learning from First Nations HTML
Rob McMahon, Arline Chasle, Tim Whiteduck
A Framework to Research the Social Determinants of ICTs for E-Health HTML
Lareen Newman, Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva
What are Community Wireless Networks For? HTML
Greta Byrum


The Journal of Community Informatics. ISSN: 1712-4441