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Social Informatics - closing

Published: 16 May 2013

Social Informatics is an interdisciplinary subject that studies the relation between information and communication technology (ICT) and people, organisations, and society The subject focuses on service development in relation to technical platforms and emphasise the importance of participation of different stakeholders. Central areas for the subject are design processes, use situations, and open innovation.

Admission to third-cycle studies in Social Informatics has ceased April 1, 2014