This is a friendly reminder that the application deadline for the 2016 
Exploration Seminar, Experience Research: Communication Technologies and 
Development in Southern Ghana is February 29.

There will not be an information session, but please feel free to contact me 
(araba...@uw.edu<mailto:araba...@uw.edu>) or Chris 
(chri...@uw.edu<mailto:chri...@uw.edu>) for additional information or if you 
have any questions.


iSchool Ghana| Experience Research: Communication Technologies and Development 
in Southern Ghana
If you've ever wondered whether information and communication technologies 
(ICTs) are really changing lives in African countries, this is an opportunity 
to find out for yourself. Learn how to design and carry out a research project 
to answer questions you have about the role of ICTs in socio-economic 
development, while also experiencing the realities of life in Ghana. You do not 
need to have research experience, and we welcome both graduate and 
undergraduate students.

The program will be 4 weeks long and takes place from August 26 - September 25, 
2016. Credits will be counted towards your Fall 2016 load. Students will 
receive 5 credits (INFX 598 or INFO 498). The course satisfies the research 
methods requirement for Informatics students (INFO 470) and qualifies as an 
elective for the International Development Certificate Program (IDCP). We are 
happy to work with you and your adviser if the program could satisfy 
requirements for other courses in your major.

Application Deadline is February 29.

To apply or get additional information, follow this link: 

Araba Sey
Research Assistant Professor
UW Information School
Technology & Social Change Group

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