Are you interested in the effects of technology on economic and social 
development? Do you wonder if smartphones will replace PCs? Interested in the 
role libraries play in community development? Curious about questions that can 
be addressed through big data? Passionate about digital inclusion & literacy, 
access to technology, communication, and information resources? Well, we have a 
great event for you. Come learn about the Technology & Social Change Group 
(TASCHA)<> and various ways that you, as students, can get 
involved with our work.

At this event, we'll provide a brief overview of TASCHA's work and share how 
students can get involved. You'll meet some of the folks who work at TASCHA and 
get a chance to talk with us about our work and your interests. There'll be 
plenty of time for mingling, discussion, questions, and of course, lunch!

*        What: Meet the Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) - lunch 

*        Where: University of Washington, Bloedel Hall Common Area (outside of 
the classroom), in the lower level of Bloedel (follow signs for the Information 

*        When: Thursday, November 3, 2016, 12:30-1:20pm

About TASCHA<>

The Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA) at the University of Washington 
Information School explores the design, use, and effects of information and 
communication technologies in communities facing social and economic 
challenges. With experience in over 50 countries, TASCHA brings together a 
multidisciplinary network of researchers, practitioners, and policy experts to 
advance knowledge, create public resources, and improve policy and program 
design. Our purpose? To spark innovation and opportunities for those who need 
it most.

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Melody Clark
Communications Manager
Technology & Social Change Group (TASCHA)
University of Washington Information School<> | 206.303.7910
Twitter: @taschagroup<> | 

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