Ceasar McDowell, professor of practice of community development at MIT, spoke at Queens University of Charlotte’s Knight School of Communication tonight on the relationships between democracy and a digital society. Here’s the buzz on Twitter from the event:
Dr. Ceasar McDowell speaks at Knight School September 18, 2012 – September 18, 2012 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM Ketner Auditorium Event Details The Knight School of Communication hosts Dr. Ceasar McDowell, Professor of Practice of Community Development at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, to engage Charlotte on the topic of democracy and digital literacy in contemporary society.
Ceasar’s current work is on the development of community knowledge systems and civic engagment. He has been working on the use of narrative and story making as a tool for sharing and maintaining grassroots knowledge.
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