TASCHA

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Short name TASCHA
Name Technology and Social Change Group
Description The Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) at the University of Washington Information School explores the role of digital technologies in building more open, inclusive, and equitable societies. TASCHA is a multidisciplinary, applied research center that works with people and places that face social, economic, and political barriers. Our research advances knowledge and creates public resources for improving policy and practice. In particular, we co-create research programs with organizations and partners committed to achieving positive social change. Our work has helped international organizations, governments, foundations, civil society organizations, and public libraries in the United States and more than 50 countries.
University University of Washington
Country United States
Type of organization Participating center, Affiliated participant
Contact e-mail address(es) tascha@uw.edu
Contact form https://tascha.uw.edu/about/
Photo or logo http://TASCHA logo leftaligned black.png
Topics of interest ICTD, essential skills for digital life, women and technology, civic engagement, new geographies of knowledge
Disciplines involved Education, Information science
Official website https://tascha.uw.edu/
Twitter handle @taschagroup
Google Plus account
Projects Digital Skills for Digital Equity, Data for Decision Making, Development & Access to Information, Namibia Regional Library Evaluation, Mobile Information Literacy, Data for Decision Making Curriculum, STEM Education for Gender Data Equity in Costa Rica, Data for Democracy in Myanmar, Advancing Library Visibility in Africa, Refugee Women and Technology Education in Seattle, Indigenous Connectivity in Peru, Mobile Reading Data Exchange, Perceptions of Libraries as Development Partners, Advancing MOOCS for Development, Measures that Matter, Global Impact Study, Digital Skills for Digital Librarians Evaluation, Innovation Spaces, Information Strategies for Societies in Transition, Digital Inclusion Framework, Information Strategies Curriculum

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ClassificationUniversity of Washington +, Participating center + and Affiliated participant +
Contact formhttps://tascha.uw.edu/about/ +
CountryUnited States +
DescriptionThe Technology & Social Change Group (TASC
The Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) at the University of Washington Information School explores the role of digital technologies in building more open, inclusive, and equitable societies. TASCHA is a multidisciplinary, applied research center that works with people and places that face social, economic, and political barriers. Our research advances knowledge and creates public resources for improving policy and practice. In particular, we co-create research programs with organizations and partners committed to achieving positive social change. Our work has helped international organizations, governments, foundations, civil society organizations, and public libraries in the United States and more than 50 countries.
United States and more than 50 countries. +
DisciplineEducation + and Information science +
Full nameTechnology and Social Change Group +
Homepagehttps://tascha.uw.edu/ +
Imghttp://TASCHA logo leftaligned black.png +
ProjectDigital Skills for Digital Equity +, Data for Decision Making +, Development & Access to Information +, Namibia Regional Library Evaluation +, Mobile Information Literacy +, Data for Decision Making Curriculum +, STEM Education for Gender Data Equity in Costa Rica +, Data for Democracy in Myanmar +, Advancing Library Visibility in Africa +, Refugee Women and Technology Education in Seattle +, Indigenous Connectivity in Peru +, Mobile Reading Data Exchange +, Perceptions of Libraries as Development Partners +, Advancing MOOCS for Development +, Measures that Matter +, Global Impact Study +, Digital Skills for Digital Librarians Evaluation +, Innovation Spaces +, Information Strategies for Societies in Transition +, Digital Inclusion Framework + and Information Strategies Curriculum +
Short nameTASCHA +
Topic interestICTD +, Essential skills for digital life +, Women and technology +, Civic engagement + and New geographies of knowledge +
Twitter@taschagroup +
Email
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tascha@uw.edu +