Обговорення користувача:Yuliia Olishchuk
Social Informatics: Overview, Principles and Opportunities
Steve Sawyer is associate professor in the School of Information Sciences & Technology at Pennsylvania State University where he also serves as research fellow in the Center for the Information Society. He can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Social informatics is the term that I and others use to represent the trans-disciplinary study of the design, deployment and uses of information and communication technologies (ICT) that account for their interaction with institutional and cultural contexts, including organizations and society. This research is done by scholars in fields such as library and information science, information technology, education, communications, organizational studies, sociology, information systems and computer science. Those pursuing social informatics engage a diverse set of topics and employ a variety of approaches.