Community-based approaches to digital storytelling: Marginalized women’s technology access and useUniversity of Kansas
- Hyunjin Seo, Professor, Oscar Stauffer Chair in Journalism, and Associate Dean for Research and Development, William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Kansas
This project offers education in digital storytelling technology to women transitioning from incarceration. Based on a co-design approach, the program participants will learn and use digital storytelling techniques to tell their own stories of challenges and opportunities related to online privacy and security.
Krings, Mike. “From Incarceration to Art Installation.” KU Today, February 10, 2021. https://news.ku.edu/2021/02/03/ku-team-wins-nea-grant-turn-women-transitioning-incarcerations-challenges-interactive-art.
Professor, Oscar Stauffer Chair in Journalism, and Associate Dean for Research and Development, William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Kansas
Hyunjin Seo, PhD, is Oscar Stauffer Professor and Associate Dean for Research and Faculty Development in the William Allen White School of Journalism and Mass Communications at University of Kansas. She is also the founding director of the KU Center for Digital Inclusion and a faculty associate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University. Seo’s research focuses on identifying emerging properties of networked communication and understanding their implications for social change, collective action and civic engagement.