The Citizen Interaction Design Program

An essential role of universities is to educate students to become active and engaged citizens, who will know how to take what they’ve learned and apply it as citizens to their future communities. A team of faculty from U-M’s School of Information has developed an engaged-learning platform — the Citizen Interaction Design program — that’s providing opportunities for students to reimagine citizenship in the context of designing new information and communication services for local municipalities. With the help of a Transformation grant, the project is expanding to serve more students and Michigan cities.

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