eChicago: Five years of campus community dialogue towards a democratic & digital Chicago

Thanks to all those who've helped build five years of eChicago gatherings.  Here's our lineup from 2007 on to 2012. 

  • eChicago 2012: Friday and Saturday, April 20 and 21 -- Save the date! Questions and ideas to lis-dev@illinois.edu 
  • eChicago@dominican 2011: Information, Innovation & Inclusion: Building Community Cohesion, September 8 and 9 website

  • eChicago 2011: Democracy, Diversity, and the Digital program, poster, background documents, tweets, new! video of sessions
  • eChicago@dominican 2010: Building Collaborations and Digital Communities in Chicago and Beyond
  • eChicago 2010: Seizing the Broadband Moment program
  • eChicago 2009: Cybernavigating our Cultures program, poster, facebook, book
  • eChicago 2008: Libraries, Community Technology Centers, and Chicago, Building and Serving Our Communities book, participants
  • eChicago 2007: Understanding and Implementing Local Community Use of Information Technology book, participants
  • Find eChicago on Facebook

Past and present institutional supporters include the Graduate Schools of Library and Information Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Dominican University; the Institute of Museum and Library Services; Skokie Public Library; the Digital Workforce Education Society at the Arturo Velasquez Institute; the Benton Foundation; University of Illinois at Chicago Jane Addams College of Social Work, Daley Library and Institute for Policy and Civic Engagement; Chicago Public Library; Partnership for a Connected Illinois; the Metropolitan Library System, and the Chicago Community Trust.

Dominican University     University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign     University of Illinois at Chicago