Understanding the Present and Designing the Future of Risk Prediction IT in Fire Departments
Exploring How Convergence Methods Foster Shared Accountability to Reveal, Map, and Mitigate the Sources and Dynamics of Bias across Social Service Provisioning Systems
Making Information Deserts Visible: Computational Models, Disparities in Civic Technology Use, and Urban Decision Making
Risk Work and Risk Information Seeking during a Public Health Crisis
Mapping Information Ecology: Understanding the Fragmentation of Disability Service Information
AI for AI: Toward Community-level Human-AI Collaborations in Local Meetups
Remapping Southside Community: Storytelling Urban Renewal Impact
A Visualization Tool and Assessment Framework for Civic Technology Use in the DMV Area: The Case of 311 Systems During the COVID-19 Outbreak
The presented projects are based on multi-institutional collaboration. Other than the major projects presented above, there are other projects that are either short-term or under exploration. If interested, please contact the CIL members to explore more about possible projects at the intersection of civic technology, local information, and socio-technical systems.
We thank the sponsors, collaborators, and community members who have made this research program possible.