Birgit Penzenstadler, Ankita Rauturi, Christoph Becker, Juliet Norton, Bill Tomlinson, Six Silberman, Debra Richardson
March 2015, California. In the room: psychologists, information scholars, HCI researchers, software engineering academics, information systems students, and others from the diverse communities of iSchools and sustainability research, coming together to establish “a community and potential research collaborations within the iSchools network to link efforts around ICT for sustainability.” Insights Recent years have seen a spate of first-time sustainability-focused workshops at computing-related conferences, including Sustainable CHI (at the CHI conference), Green and Sustainable Software (GREENS, at ICSE), and Requirements Engineering for Sustainable Systems (RE4SuSy, at RE). Can we still learn something new? This question triggered considerable discussion at the workshop:…
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