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C&T 2019 Community Track Submission

The 9th International Conference on Communities & Technologies
— Transforming Communities —

3-7 June 2019, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria

The biennial Communities and Technologies (C&T) conference is the premier international forum for stimulating scholarly debate and disseminating research on the complex connections between communities – in their multiple forms – and information and communication technologies.

Case Studies of the Community Track are solicited from a wide variety of non-academic actors working with technologies to effect community relations in the making, un-making, and re-making of communities. The Community Track provides an outlet for non-academic actors to present to conference delegates, e.g., their mission, approach, project, intervention, initiative, and/or campaign. We call for participation in the Community Track by actors including (but not limited to) civic society organisations, NGOs, non-profits, neighborhood associations or communities, schools, cooperatives, social enterprises, movements, and other interest groups as well as hackers, activists, journalists, social entrepreneurs, and other community practitioners.

To apply for the Community Track please provide information via the following form on how to contact you; on your organization or initiative; and on the specific project, intervention, initiative or campaign that you want to present to conference delegates. While only a few fields are marked as required, please do provide as much and as clear information as you can to assist us in evaluating your submission.

Important Dates:

  • April 26, 2019 April 30, 2019 (23:59 CET) *extended* - Community Track submissions due (via this form)
  • May 3, 2019 - Community Track notifications

Further information at

You are welcome to contact the Case Studies Chairs, Anne De Liddo and Matthias Korn, at any time via e-mail at

Contact Information
(This question is mandatory)
Name of Organization or Initiative:
(This question is mandatory)

Name of Representative (you):

The person responsible for coordinating this submission in the name of the organization/initiative.

(This question is mandatory)

Contact E-Mail

We will contact you about your submission through the provided e-mail address. This is the preferred mode of contact.

Please insert "no@e.mail" (twice) if you don't have an e-mail address.

Alternative Form of Contact:

If you don't have an e-mail address, provide a telephone number, fax number or, if necessary, a postal mail address.

About your Organization or Initiative

Mission and/or Vision of your Organization/Initiative:

Please briefly describe the overall mission and/or vision of your organization or initiative in a few sentences.

In which domain(s) do you operate? Which key questions/problems/issues or potentials/benefits do you address? Which goals or outcomes do you work towards?

About your project, intervention, initiative, campaign, …

Rather than showcasing your organization or initiative as whole, we ask you to highlight one particular project, intervention, initiative, campaign or whatever that you or your organization/initiative did or does. Case Studies are particularly aimed at understanding the specifics, the context in which those activities to place, as well as the learnings that can be gleaned from these. If your whole organization is only about a single project or campaign that is of course fine as well. But also in this case, place go into details about the specifics of your organization's activities.

Name of Project, Intervention, Initiative, Campaign, ...:

Project Description:

Please briefly describe a concrete project, intervention, or on-the-ground initiative that you want to communicate to conference attendees. Preferable, we would be interested in a rough outline of the processes that you went through, the activities you carried out, the mechanisms you employed, the crucial materials you used and/or produced, the technologies, tools, and platforms that were crucial along the way, and the outcomes effects, or results you produced.


Please briefly reflect on the process and outcomes of the project: Successes/Failures, Insights, Learnings, Best Practices, Would do this and that different next time, …

Novelty and Impact:

Why do you think your approach is new and interesting, relevant and important? What is the societal change you do or hope to bring about? What is the role of communities in realising this change?


Please, if available, provide links to further information about the project.

Supporting Materials:

While not required, we would encourage you to include supplementary materials about your project such as videos, slide decks, pictures/visuals, documents/reports, websites, etc. to help us in best considering and presenting your case study.

Further Comments:

Any additional comments, information, questions, requests, etc. ...:

Thank you!

Once submitted, you have the option to print a summary of the information you provided. We may reach out with further questions to individual organizations. We will ultimately notify selected Case Studies to be presented at the conference by May 3, 2019.