In our third postdigital lunch, Michael Dezuanni (QUT Brisbane) joins Felicitas Macgilchrist (GEI) for a conversation about the ups and downs of working with a “social living labs” approach to (post-)digital participation.
Michael Dezuanni will share his extensive experience of working with local communities in social living labs approaches that aim to foster digital participation. The conversation will touch on the basics of participation and of social living labs. It will reflect on what went well and what went wrong in Michael’s experiences, on the role of communities, and on key insights he gleaned from researching with this kind of approach.
See the full Postdigital Lunch here:
Dezuanni, M., Foth, M., Mallan, K. & Hughes, H. (Hrsg.). (2018). Digital Participation through Social Living Labs: Valuing Local Knowledge, Enhancing Engagement. Cambridge, MA: Chandos Publishing. https://www.sciencedirect.com/book/9780081020593/digital-participation-through-social-living-labs
Franz, Y. (2015). Designing social living labs in urban research. info, 17(4), 53-66. https://doi.org/10.1108/info-01-2015-0008
Hughes, H, Foth, M., Dezuanni, M., Mallan, K., & Allan, C (2018). “Fostering Digital Participation and Communication through Social Living Labs: A Qualitative Case Study from Regional Australia.” Communication Research and Practice 4(2), 183–206. https://doi.org/10.1080/22041451.2017.1287032.