DHSS Workshop: Building Community-Engaged Digital Projects: A Discussion
Join us for a discussion and resource-sharing session related to building community-centered digital projects. Dr. Whitney Sperrazza will share some insights from leading the Resistance Mapping project, an interactive mapping project that brings together students, staff, faculty, K-12 educators, and activists across Rochester. The project supports the ongoing development of antiracist curriculum materials designed by local teachers, and is being built with and for the Rochester community.
This will be a discussion, so please join us with questions and/or any examples of your own community-centered digital work.
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When and Where
This is an RIT Only Event