August 27th, 2015
The CLTC will host an informal, non-obligatory Information Session on the grant application process in South Hall, Room 107, on September 7 from 4:00-5:00pm. CLTC will also host a handful of office hours for those seeking one-on-one advice; please check this space for more details.… [Read more...]
August 26th, 2015
Yes, already, but its short. If you have an idea that you would like to pursue in the course, be prepared to make a short “pitch” to recruit other students in class on Thursday August 27th and/or Tuesday September 1st. Your pitch should be short – about 2-3 minutes, laying out as best you can 1) who your user is, … [Read more...]
August 26th, 2015
Welcome to INFO 213, the UC Berkeley School of Information’s graduate-level course in User Interface Design and Development.
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There is a wait list for the course this year, so make sure to attend all classes to ensure your spot. Your participation in the class will depend on … [Read more...]
August 24th, 2015
Citing the “fraud, deceit, and stupidity” of its target, the self-described “Impact Team” posted 10 gigabytes worth of personal data—including names, passwords, and credit card numbers—for 37 million customers of Toronto-based Ashley Madison, a website set up to facilitate extramarital affairs.
August 1st, 2015
The New York Times recently published a jaw-dropping visualization to depict how much of Americans’ private information is already in the hands of hackers.
The questionnaire asks first whether you have “applied for a job with or worked for the federal government since 2000? (following the wake of the hack of the Office of Personnel Management), then screens whether you … [Read more...]
July 14th, 2015
Re-Imagining the Body |||| Design, Data, Values and Intersectionality
There are few … [Read more...]
July 10th, 2015
The area around Makola market is crowded with traders trying to carve out a small space to display their goods and attract the attention of potential customers. Rentable shops and market stalls are in short supply. It is fairly common for a property owner to ask for 10 years up front to rent such a space. Informal arrangements are common. … [Read more...]
June 5th, 2015
Wondering what the research is saying about building ICT solutions in Agriculture? Our first ICT4D Technology Research Brief. Click to download the PDF:
There are now quite a number of experimental designs and RCTs (randomized controlled trials) of market information systems measuring revenue gained by rural agriculturalists (farmers, fishermen) and traders. While some show improvements to the prices farmers get for their crops, others disappointingly show a lack of impact. There are also studies of agricultural extension services delivered via mobile phone which … [Read more...]
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