Lucy Pei, Edgard Quijano, Angela Smith, Reem Talhouk, Frederick van Amstel
This article provides views from HCI scholars and designers with deep commitments and varied experience in community-centered work around the world. In a roundtable, Frederick van Amstel, Edgard David Rincón Quijano, Angela D.R. Smith, and Reem Talhouk shared their perspectives on community engagement and assets-based versus deficit-based approaches. — Lucy Pei How would you characterize your community engagements? What key values have you aspired for in your engagements? Insights → The panelists from around the world have culturally and contextually specific ways of understanding their community engagements. → Panelists argue for embracing strengths and assets and moving away…
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